We’ve compiled two approaches from our experience here at Azulita. Hopefully you can find some ideas that work for you in your situation.
SOP stands for “summary of performance” and is a document that is a final summary of a student’s special education (k-12+) experience. Here’s how to write this document, so it helps your student as they make this big transition.
Even though an IEP is a great thing that helps students, we can all agree that sometimes the meetings can get pretty tense. There’s no reason that every IEP meeting needs to be this way! Here are some hot tips to help you run a successful IEP…
How many times have you seen this picture: a student failing because of missing assignments. We’ve got you covered! Here are 8 sure fire strategies to get your students to turn in work!
Are you struggling to write quality IEP goals for your students? These tips will help you quickly improve your goal writing skills.
Confused by the transition plan portion of an IEP? Here are 8 simple ways to build transition planning into your curriculum.
IEPs can be stressful for all parties involved. Here’s Azulita’s guide to building a happy IEP team, so every student gets what they need.
Want to develop your students’ social skills? Here are some options that could easily be embedded into your classroom and content.
Progress monitoring. Few phases strike more terror into the heart of special education teachers. Don’t despair! Read this practical guide for surviving progress monitoring unscathed.
Progress monitoring giving you nightmares? Read this blog with 8 ways you can easily track IEP goals on a regular basis.
What is an IEP? We’ll help you “crack the code” and reveal their most valuable secrets: the essential information about your student.