This resource manual gives beginning special education teachers and others working in the field a detailed picture of what the Individualized Educational Plan process entails. This manual encompasses all of the critical components regarding special educational laws, referral and identification processes, IEP development, working with other IEP team members, definition of special education eligibilities, brief statistical measures review, and an extensive list of special education acronyms.
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About the Author
Dr. Quezada is a school psychologist serving elementary school children in Southern California. In addition to her responsibilities as a school psychologist, she has been part in the development of curriculum to assist special education teachers. She lends her expertise in school psychology to various committees to assist students with emotional disturbances, families of students with disabilities, and the gifted and talented. Most recently, Dr. Quezada helped write the Suicide Threat Assessment Manual, and has trained various school personnel in the appropriate response to school suicide threats.