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Pulling it All Together! Developing Student-centered IEP Goals Based on College and Community Experiences
Presenter: Jill Curry
Description: Talking to professors, ordering lunch in the cafeteria, and planning to meet friends at a basketball game. Are these just fun activities that many young adults participate in, or are they the starting points for developing comprehensive, student-centered Individual Education Program (IEP) goals for transition-age youth? They're both! This webinar explores how to use diverse college and community experiences to develop measurable IEP goals and benchmarks that support student growth and success. Attendees will learn strategies for prioritizing goal areas; developing measurable benchmarks that are aligned with student experiences; and streamlining IEP content.

Jan 24, 2019 1:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jill Curry, Ed.D., CRC
Transition Coordinator @Newton Public Schools, Newton, MA
As the Transition Coordinator for Newton Public Schools, Jill supports students, families, and staff as they navigate the transition planning process. She believes in the importance of using a student centered and collaborative approach to transition planning. Jill has presented nationally on several topics including transition program development, collaborative transition planning, the importance of travel education, and transition assessment. She teaches transition-focused graduate classes and has lectured at several local colleges about career exploration, assessment, and the importance of transition planning. Jill's doctoral research focused on higher education for students with intellectual disabilities.