IEP Binder – Free Special Education Planner Inserts

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In a former life, I was a special education teacher. I actually started my first blog, Bed Rested Teacher, when I was on bed rest (hence the name). It’s when I got the blogging bug. Once I decided to stay home, I realized that maintaining a teacher blog while I was no longer teaching wouldn’t be the best choice. You can see my previous posts, including a LOT of free printables, here!

Stay Organized & Know Your Rights

As a teacher, one of my schools was strict about the information I could give parents to advocate for themselves. This was extremely difficult for me (and the opposite of the other school I was in). I am passionate about the education students with disabilities receive. It breaks my heart when I hear about a bad experience a parent has had with another teacher or school. It’s what has made me want to make sure parents of children with disabilities have the knowledge they need to advocate for themselves.

One way I knew I could help would be through creating a few printables for you to create your own IEP binder. For our other printables, I would suggest placing them together. But, for special education information, I suggest you create your own IEP binder. It will keep you better organized to only have IEP and special education information in the IEP binder rather than anything family-related.

While these printables can work for teachers, I designed them originally with parents in mind. If you are a parent of a child with disabilities and are unsure of your rights, Wrights Law is a great resource.

Let’s look at the free printables for your IEP Binder you will be receiving below.

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Free IEP Binder Printables. Download these Free Special Education Planner Inserts to create your own IEP binder. Perfect for parents and teachers handling IEPs. These files will help make sure your child (or student) is getting their IEP needs met. #specialed #teachers #specialedteacher

IEP Binder – Special Education Inserts to Keep Organized

IEP at a Glance

The first three printables are IEP at a glance worksheets. I have created a version for parents and teachers. This is all of the main information you need to be keeping track of as a parent or a teacher. As a parent, it’s important to know what your State’s laws/best practices are for sending out parental meeting notices and draft IEPs. By tracking the dates of your IEP and notices, you can make sure your child’s case manager is following the correct protocol.

For the services page, it’s important to know what services your child is receiving. If you’re a teacher, it’s also important for you to have service hours easily on hand. Aside from your own services (if you are the provider as well), you need to keep track of the other professionals such as speech and language pathologist that see your student. If you’re a parent, you want to keep their contact information close so that you can easily get a hold of them if needed.

 

Parent Version Page 1Download these Free Special Education Planner Inserts to create your own IEP binder. Perfect for parents and teachers handling IEPs. These files will help make sure your child (or student) is getting their IEP needs met. #specialed #teachers #specialedteacher

Teacher Version Page 1

Download these Free Special Education Planner Inserts to create your own IEP binder. Perfect for parents and teachers handling IEPs. These files will help make sure your child (or student) is getting their IEP needs met. #specialed #teachers #specialedteacher

Parent & Teacher (Same Version) Page 2

Download these Free Special Education Planner Inserts to create your own IEP binder. Perfect for parents and teachers handling IEPs. These files will help make sure your child (or student) is getting their IEP needs met. #specialed #teachers #specialedteacher

Parent & Teacher (Same Version) Contact Tracker

As a parent or a teacher, keeping a log of all communication is so important. As a special educator, you have to maintain some sort of contact log. This is the perfect tool to print and take with you while making a phone call or to write a summary on from an e-mail. As a parent, please keep track of all the conversations you have and any actions the case manager/specialist says they will complete. Frequently check back with your contact trackers to make sure the staff is following through.

*Side note for Parents and Teachers – While talking on the phone with a parent/teacher can be easier to tell tone, sometimes it’s not worth the struggle of remembering everything from the conversation. By using e-mail, you are creating paper trail. If a teacher/parent says they are going to do something, you have it in writing. I always tell parents to make sure they are using e-mail. If you are requesting to determine if your child needs to be tested, put it in a written letter and send/drop it off at the school (make sure to make a copy before you mail it and always write down the date you sent it/the school received it. That’s the date the timeline starts).

Download these Free Special Education Planner Inserts to create your own IEP binder. Perfect for parents and teachers handling IEPs. These files will help make sure your child (or student) is getting their IEP needs met. #specialed #teachers #specialedteacher

 

The IEP Binder set includes:

  • IEP at a glance for parents (pages 1/2)
  • IEP at a glance for teachers (pages 1/2)
  • Contact tracker

 

Notes on Using the Free Family Binder Printables

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Download these Free Special Education Planner Inserts to create your own IEP binder. Perfect for parents and teachers handling IEPs. These files will help make sure your child (or student) is getting their IEP needs met. #specialed #teachers #specialedteacher

Download these Free Special Education Planner Inserts to create your own IEP binder. Perfect for parents and teachers handling IEPs. These files will help make sure your child (or student) is getting their IEP needs met. #specialed #teachers #specialedteacher

 

 

 

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  1. Thank you so much for your knowledge AS A previous Special Education teacher. I’m dealing with this now as we had our annual IEP meeting last week. My daughter is still very far behind, but they’re not wanting to reevaluate her. It’s so frustrating and heartbreaking a lot of this information is “top secret”. I really don’t understand why. Thank you!

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