You don’t have to write IEPs alone.

The Intentional IEP book teaches you how to create a true team approach to writing IEPs


What if IEPs were a team effort?

You – the special education teacher – don’t have to be the only one involved in writing IEPs for your students.

In fact, you shouldn’t be doing it alone.

Learning how to bring in all stakeholders, from parents and families to general ed teachers, therapists, and other support personnel, makes your job easier and creates a better, more effective IEP for your students. 

Not sure how to create this dreamy, collaborative approach? We did the work for you! It’s all broken down step-by-step in The Intentional IEP.

This Book Will Radically Transform How You Write IEPs

Hear from author Stephanie DeLussey about how special education teachers and students will benefit from The Intentional IEP

“Stephanie nailed it: writing IEPs is a task, but it’s also an opportunity. It’s a process, but it’s also a promise. It’s tough, but she makes it easy! 

Teachers who love their students and want the best for them should master writing effective IEPs, and The Intentional IEP: A Team Approach to Better Outcomes for Students and Their Families provides the perfect guide to make the best out of every IEP!”

– Timothy Kretchman
Founder and Educational Strategist at Action Driven Education

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Save Time

When you put the power of a team to work, the IEP writing process becomes radically faster and more efficient – giving you time back to focus on teaching your students

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Reduce Stress

If you feel like you never learned this in school, it’s because you didn’t! This book covers training gaps and introduces a simple, repeatable system to alleviate your stress

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Create Better Outcomes

At the end of the day, we want to help our students grow and achieve more. This book is the blueprint for working together to give students what they truly need to succeed


Meet the Author

Stephanie is a dual-certified veteran special education teacher, IEP Coach, author, and teacher mentor. 

She has a passion for creating engaging, adapted resources for teachers and students with disabilities, and is self-proclaimed #datanerd. Stephanie understands that everyone doesn’t love IEPs as much as she does… but she hopes that with the appropriate training and resources, teachers will feel empowered to advocate harder for student services and supports and bridge the gap between teachers and families to create a true IEP Team.

Stephanie provides professional development for teachers online, in schools and colleges, and at professional development conferences – and now she’s sharing her powerful team approach to easier, more effective IEPs in The Intentional IEP.

You Can Find The Intentional IEP at All Major Book Retailers

Tired of feeling stressed out and overwhelmed writing IEPs on your own?

There’s a better way!

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