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students, it can be expected an ABA professional will be present and contributes to the student’s IEP meetings. My action plan to collaborate in the IEP meetings would involve contributing to the development of the IEP discussion and implementation of the IEP. The first part of the action plan requires me to be prepared with materials, thoughts, and concerns so that I can provide support or assistance that can help the student goals. The second part of my plan would be to be informed of my assigned tasks to me to ensure the student goals are being met. It is stated that IEPs must be implemented as soon as possible and clearly written instructions must be provided for those responsible in the implementation of the IEP (Center for Parent Information and Resources, 2017). These instructions are set for individuals, like myself, to carry out the instructions and participate in the success of the IEP for the student. I must be informed and aware of my role and responsibility that is asked of me. Conclusion
ACTION PLAN7My plan of action involves how to examine how a school works, discover the school culture, develop collaborative relationships, and collaborate on IEPs. Each step and part of my plan of action is necessary in order for me to be successful in my role within the school. If I do not follow the plan from the first action, it may be difficult to accomplish the later steps in my plan of action. From understanding my new school’s priorities and processes to contributions in an IEP meeting, I have to be open and engaging with my new school and its staff members. All of these actions require me to initiate, converse, and collaborate with others such as teachers, psychologists, and others. Overall, the plan of action allows me to create, foster, and strengthen those relationships that are essential to my job.
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