Imagine if you looked at your teacher self 3 months from now and saw a teacher unscathed and overcome with clarity about the IEP writing process and had a system that worked.
How would that feel?
Flashback to the end of May 2019. I was having a conversation with another teacher friend about how I wanted to help teachers write better IEPs for their students. Not only that, I wanted to help teachers write compliant, rockstar IEPs quicker than ever before so that they can spend less time working, and more time living.
After sitting on the idea for a few weeks, The Intentional IEP was born.
You see, I love the paperwork that comes along with being a special education teacher. I love taking data on IEP goals and student mastery. And I love helping other teachers.
But I also know first hand how little “extra” time we have during the school day. I know how much work we take home each night against our own better judgement. And I know how frustrating and overwhelming the whole IEP writing process can be.
Intentional. “Done with a purpose. Deliberate.”
TII allows me to help you, teach you, and give you more of your time back so you can do more of the things you love inside and outside of the classroom.
Writing IEPs doesn’t have to be a daunting task.
As a dual-certified special education teacher, I admit that the paperwork can be overwhelming. And I admit that I feel like special education teachers are not given enough time in a day to teach and also effectively manage the paperwork.
It’s not impossible, but it’s almost feels like we are set up for failure.
TII is here to announce that you can write stellar IEPs in less time than ever before, and The Intentional IEP is here to help. We want to protect your valuable time so you can be there for your students and do what you do best – teach.
But what is the Intentional IEP?
Together with The Intentional IEP Team, a combined education experience spanning 200+ years across Pre-K to High School in all special education settings, we have developed an actively growing IEP goal bank full of thousands of prewritten IEP goals. Get ready for it… there are currently over 9,000+ pre-written IEP goals for you to search within The Vault and use in your students’ IEPs.
Watch this video that explains more about what The Intentional IEP and gives you a peak inside of membership.
Save Time. Reduce Stress. Feel More Confident.
Our mission is to save you, the teacher or service provider, time by taking one integral portion of the legal IEP process, and making it as simple as cut and paste based on the student’s Present Levels of Academic Performance.
Why should you join The Intentional IEP membership?
- The Intentional IEP will help you write measurable and functional goals and objectives.
- You will know exactly what to do from now on when writing an IEP with our free IEP week and be more proficient when writing them.
- You will learn some time-saving tips for writing IEPs
- You will spend less time this year writing IEPs and have more time for planning for your students and self-care.
- You will be more confident in your IEP writing, which in turn will reduce your stress when writing one.
- Parents and Admin will rave over your rockstar IEP writing status!
What else does TII offer?
TII also offers 2 trainings, included with membership: The Intentional Data Collection and Intentional IEP Writing. The Intentional Data Collection training is a 2-hour training and Intentional IEP Writing is a 3-hour training.
The goal of these training sessions is to help you feel more knowledgeable and confident in writing your students’ IEPs and taking correct data in order to do so.
In addition to the training sessions and membership, TII offers free blogs posts for both members and non-members to read that have valuable and accurate information, as well as the the IEP Toolkit, which includes:
- List of 300+ editable Accommodations + Modifications
- Present Levels Template
- IEP Planner / Calendar
- IEP Writing Timeline
- Progress Report Comments
- List of Special Ed Acronyms
- IEP Meeting Toolkit
IEPs can be stressful, overwhelming and time-consuming for special education teachers. The Intentional IEP is continually open and welcoming new members to The Vault.
How long does it typically take you to write one IEP? What do you need help with when writing IEPs? Let us know in the comments below!