Master IEP Coach® Spotlight: Alexis Welch

Meet Alexis Welch, self-contained teacher and Master IEP Coach® from Georgia!

 

"It's easy to feel lonely in Special Education, so I'm happy I found the Master IEP Coach® Mentorship where we can all come together to talk strategies in Special Education! If this had been around when I...

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3 Decisions Every Great IEP Team Needs to Make (Ep 135)

I've got 3 decisions that every great IEP team needs to make. I can guarantee that these 3 decisions can completely change the atmosphere at an IEP meeting, it can change the future of a child who has an IEP.

It takes A LOT of work to get a child's educational plan in place - it's no wonder...

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MTSS, RTI, and IEPs - What They Can and Cannot Do with Sarah Kirk (Ep 133)

MTSS.. RTI... IEP! What does it all mean and how can we make it work together! Sarah Kirk joins us today from the lens of a school counselor, dedicated to meeting the unique needs of all students. Whether you're a parent or teacher at the IEP table, these are some acronyms you need to know!

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Take the Fluff Out of Your IEP To-Do List (Ep 131)

It's time for you to give yourself permission to take the fluff out of your IEP to-do list!

Lean in and listen to this quick, honest message about how to focus on what NEEDS to get done. I've got three strategies to help you right now!

Look, I've been doing this for over 25 years, and I've...

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Connection vs. Compliance with Katja Piscitelli (Ep 130)

There's a lot of talk about compliance during the school day for students who have an IEP.

What should your child be doing? What guidelines do they need to follow? What needs to happen? And is this compliance or connection? All of these things get wrapped up into a bigger emotional conversation....

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You are More Than a Special Education Parent or Teacher (Ep 128)

You are more than a teacher. You are more than a parent. You are MORE!

That's exactly why I brought Amanda DeLuca and Kate Swenson on the show to talk about a topic that's quite often seen as taboo. We're going to hit some of those tough questions and give you some bigger solutions, too.

Amanda...

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3 Thoughts on Building a Business that Employs Disabled Adults (Ep 127)

We just added another AMAZING speaker to our Master IEP Coach®️ VIP Weekend in Milwaukee!

And this new speaker has me thinking about all the things I've thought about a lot as a special needs sibling, as a former Special Education teacher in the classroom, as the founder of Master IEP Coach®️ and...

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What NOT to say at the IEP Table!

 

PLEASE don't say these things at the IEP table!

Now, tell me... have you ever heard these things?

 

Need help responding to these phrases?  We've got you: www.iepmasterclass.com

 

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Exploring Dyslexia with Meredith Mitchell (Ep 106)

Dyslexia: You may know what it is, but do you know how to support a student struggling with it?

Master IEP Coach® Meredith Mitchell dives into the coping skills she used growing up with dyslexia. Lean in and listen to the tips and free resources that can help you support your child with...

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Feeling Out of Options and Stuck (Ep 105)

Feeling like you're stuck and out of options? You are not alone! Here's two steps to evaluate and adjust the approach to your child's education without calling ANOTHER IEP meeting! BONUS: I have a very special announcement you're going to want to hear!

Get the IEP help you need: ...

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3 Things Bri LOVES about Her Classroom! (Ep 104)

 

Teacher of the Year Bri Shoulders is bringing the REALNESS to her Moderate Intellectual Disabled (MOID) K-2 Classroom. Her joy in the face of challenges and her passion for purposefully written IEPs is contagious! Listen in as Bri shares 3 things she LOVES about her classroom!

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IEP Goal Writing for Parents

Parents have been asking me for 25 years how to write their child's IEP goals. Instead of teaching them to write SMART goals (that's the teacher's job!) I share how create an AWESOME parent input statement and then focus on three things...

1. What does your child already know?
2. What is...

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