Thu, Oct 12|
IEP Parent Workshops (Virtual) : Session 2
There are two different dates and they will not be a repeat of each other, so plan to attend both or either one. You will be treated to 45 minutes of excellent advice and then a Question/Answer where you're invited to ask specific or general questions.
Time & Location
Oct 12, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM MDT
About The Event
- Session 1: Thurs, Sep 21| 6:30 PM
- Session 2: Thurs, Oct 12| 6:30 PM
Email info@AAGTS.org to get the link.
Use IEP HELP in the subject line.
Both of these will be led by an IEP Senior Specialist, Debbie Christy, M.A., who is very effective.
There are two different dates and they will not be a repeat of each other, so plan to attend both or either one. You will be treated to 45 minutes of excellent advice and then a Question/Answer session where you're invited to ask specific or general questions.
Each workshop begins promptly at 6:30 pm. Feel free to sign on 5 minutes early, but we start right at 6:30. At 8:00 pm we plan to end the Question/Answer session.
BONUS... you can email in your questions in advance. Email them to info@AAGTS.org. Use IEP QUESTION in the subject line.
Email info@AAGTS.org to RSVP and get the zoom link. use IEP HELP in the subject line of your email. No need to dress up, we are all parents in our own living rooms.
About IEP Senior Specialist
Debbie Christy, M.A.
Hello families of gifted kids!
My name is Debbie Christy. I have been an IEP Specialist for the past 20 years now. Before becoming an IEP Specialist, I worked at three middle schools in various job roles as a Special Educator. I have taught as a B, C, and D level teacher as well as done inclusion. I was also a Head Special Education Teacher.
I really love what I do as an IEP Specialist. I had retired several years ago and came back. It's important to me, as an IEP Specialist, to help with the understanding and facilitation of IEPs in order to make the best decisions for students. One of the best parts of the job for me is when parents feel they have had meaningful participation in their child's IEP and that they leave the table with a good understanding of the IEP process.
Communication and follow-up are an important part of this process.
I am very interested in working with others (you all) in order to help with a better understanding of the IEP process.I am also very interested in helping others (you all) to feel comfortable in asking questions and with working to find answers to those questions.
Debbie Christy, M.A.
Albuquerque Public Schools