Key2Ed IEP Facilitation Training

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CASE is proud to partner with Key2Ed to bring all educators in special education the opportunity to participate in IEP Facilitation Training. Communication and engagement of all participants in the IEP meeting is key and sometimes difficult when in stressful or new situations. The concepts taught in this workshop around shared responsibility and shared understanding promote the skills needed for a successful IEP team meeting. Don’t miss this opportunity to train your staff!


Key2Ed IEP Facilitation Training"Key2Ed's Facilitated IEP Workshop is one of the best professional learning opportunities I have ever participated in! This process-oriented training gives participants practical strategies for leading collaborative, student-centered conversations. While effective strategies for resolving disagreements are shared, the primary focus of the learning is truly on prevention. I had the opportunity to utilize several of the strategies in an IEP shortly after the training and received positive feedback from both the district team and the advocate who called it a 'very productive meeting'"!

Renee Thelen, Director of Accountability & Program Improvement  
Ionia County Intermediate School District
President of the Michigan Association of Administrators of Special Education (MAASE) 

"As a special education director, I have had many opportunities to attend workshops on navigating difficult IEP meetings. The Key2Ed Virtual Facilitated IEP workshop sponsored by CASE really stands out because you leave the training with tools and strategies that you can begin implementing right away." 

Kim Di Salvo
Director of Student Services, SAU #48 New Hampshire
"I recently participated in the Key2Ed Virtual Facilitating IEP training. I found the content over the course of the week to be extremely insightful.  It allowed me to reflect on our team’s IEP meeting process and incorporate some minor changes. Those changes will impact our approach to IEP meetings and foster a more collaborative effort in developing meaningful IEPs.  It also increased my toolkit to support teams during IEP meetings."
Jared Bissen
Director of Special Education Gem Innovation Schools, Oregon

"I attended the in-person training a few years ago and virtual training this year. Both training formats were great! The second time around not only refreshed my skill set but also helped me gain a deeper understanding of the tools and techniques. My favorite takeaways were the actual language samples I can use during meetings. I definitely feel prepared to set meetings up for success and support my teams. A Key2Ed team member also met with me individually to develop my implementation roll-out for my staff. I’m looking forward to adding this training to our summer leadership program."   

Dawn Hester, MSA  Assistant Director/Alpha Administrator
Exceptional Children's Department 
Pitt County Schools, North Carolina