ECAC | Communication, Negotiation & Resolving Disagreements in Special Education
Conflict is an inevitable part of any relationship, and IEP teams are not immune. From time to time in the IEP process, disagreements may arise. When conflict is dealt with respectfully and effectively, teams can often reach consensus through informal means. There are times when additional support and more formal processes are needed to resolve a disagreement. Join us as we discuss ways to work together to prevent conflict and resolve disputes.
Presented by: Leigh Mobley Section Chief Policy, Monitoring, and Audit Office of Exceptional Children Division of Educator & Student Advancement NC Department of Public Instruction Learning Objectives – Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to:
– Apply strategies that lead to more collaborative and productive IEP meetings
– Describe the role of NCDPI OEC’s Dispute Resolution Consultants
– List formal and informal dispute resolution options available under the IDEA and NC Policies Governing Services for Children with Disabilities
– Locate resources related to advocacy, effective communication, and conflict resolution