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IEP & Paperwork Organization

Educator Essentials presents:

Taming the Paperwork Monster


Dr. Cindy Golden

www.snrmag.com

Dr. Cindy Golden: The Special Educators Toolkit Cindy@snrmag.com www. cindygolden.org

cindy@cindygolden.org

IEP & Paperwork Organization

Thank you for downloading our mini E-book Taming the Paperwork Monster! In this book we have included just a few forms that may help you in the classroom: Types of Paperwork to Organize: This will help you categorize the types of paperwork you have to organize Organization Checklist: This is a classroom checklist that will help you determine how organized you really are. IEP Paperwork Manager Book Cover/Spine: This will help you create a book to help manage all of your IEPs. Form to Organize IEP Calendar Dates: This will help you keep up with all of those IEP dates IEP Meeting Forms Checklist: This checklist is taped on a red/colored folder at every IEP meeting. You then can keep all of the originals and paperwork that is signed at the meeting in this folder and check it off. This will help you keep up with all of the paperwork that is required at every IEP meeting. Lesson Plan Book Cover/Spine: Here is an extra thrown in to also help you create a cute Lesson Plan notebook out of a 3ring binder We hope you enjoy using this book and that it will make your job a little easier this year.

Enjoy!
Dr. Cindy Golden

Dr. Cindy Golden: The Special Educators Toolkit www.snrmag.com Cindy@snrmag.com www. cindygolden.org cindy@cindygolden.org

IEP & Paperwork Organization

www.snrmag.com

Dr. Cindy Golden: The Special Educators Toolkit Cindy@snrmag.com www. cindygolden.org

cindy@cindygolden.org

IEP & Paperwork Organization

Organization of IEP & Paperwork Checklist


Is there a manageable way of keeping up with the calendar dates for IEP meetings? Is there a manageable way of easily organizing all of the required paperwork for the IEP meetings for your caseload? Are IEP meetings run professionally and as required complete with all necessary paperwork components? Is there a Lesson plan template that works? Are the Lesson plans organized and easily accessible to those who need them? Do substitutes have easy access to Lesson plans and other needed information in an emergency situation? Is there a system of organization for grading and analyzing student work? Is the classroom free from Paperwork clutter everything having a place? Is there a system in place so that the students can independently assist with the management of their own paperwork?

Dr. Cindy Golden: The Special Educators Toolkit www.snrmag.com Cindy@snrmag.com www. cindygolden.org cindy@cindygolden.org

IEP & Paperwork Organization

Teacher

School Year

Dr. Cindy Golden: The Special Educators Toolkit www.snrmag.com Cindy@snrmag.com www. cindygolden.org cindy@cindygolden.org

IEP & Paperwork Organization

Suggestions for Use of IEP Paperwork Manager


Use with Customizable 3-ring binder Use with a Notebook color (neon green, bright yellow, red, etc.) that is

different from all others color coded


to help see this as IEP Paperwork. Use the same color with folders for IEP papers. The checklist for the front of this is included in this handout packet. Place heavy duty plastic pockets inside for papers you use often Have sections with index tabs and pockets for individual students. Include in these pockets paperwork that you need for each IEP. You may have several pockets per child and can keep up with all of the paperwork as you collect it and finish it per child. Include a calendar of IEP dates

NOTEBOOK SPINE
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IEP & Paperwork Organization

Caseholder ____________________ Year _____________ _________________


AUGUST
Date Time Student Meeting Location

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

NOVEMBER

DECEMBER

Notes

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IEP & Paperwork Organization

Caseholder ____________________ Year _____________ _________________


JANUARY
Date Time Student Meeting Location

FEBRUARY

MARCH

APRIL

MAY

Notes

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IEP & Paperwork Organization

Student Name __________________________ Date of Meeting ________________ Case Holder ________________ Type of Meeting _________________________ Highlighted forms are those that require signatures. Not all forms are required for all meetings only the ones checked required will be included. All checked finished are the originals and are included in this folder.

Required

Form

Finished

Dr. Cindy Golden: The Special Educators Toolkit www.snrmag.com Cindy@snrmag.com www. cindygolden.org cindy@cindygolden.org

IEP & Paperwork Organization

Dr. Cindy Golden: The Special Educators Toolkit www.snrmag.com Cindy@snrmag.com www. cindygolden.org cindy@cindygolden.org

IEP & Paperwork Organization

Suggestions for Use of Lesson Plan Notebook


Use with Customizable 3-ring binder Use with a Notebook color (neon green, bright yellow, red, etc.) that is different from all others helps keep this apart as Teacher Materials. Place heavy duty plastic pockets inside for papers you use often. Have sections for: o Daily Plans o Emergency Plans o Substitute Helps o Related Services Schedule (SLP, OT, etc.) o Calendar of important dates o List of students

NOTEBOOK SPINE
Dr. Cindy Golden: The Special Educators Toolkit www.snrmag.com Cindy@snrmag.com www. cindygolden.org cindy@cindygolden.org