The cognitive and educational evaluation is a main data source for MET teams to determine eligibility and placement for special. All team members must make decisions and advocate for educational instruction, strategies, and placement based on evaluation report results. Collaboration with parents about sharing evaluation results and seeking consent for special education services is also a required professional and legal element. Teachers should gain valuable skills and knowledge regarding analysis, decision-making, and sharing results that pertain to cognitive and educational evaluations.
Using the attached “Adam’s Eligibility Report,” compose a 250-500 word script seeking consent for special education services from Adam’s parents. Your script should include a hypothetical conversation (e.g., provide the actual verbiage/wording that would be exchanged) with the parents where results of the eligibility report are appropriately relayed and specific wording seeking consent for services is included.
*Remember, you are creating a “dialogue” between you and Adam’s parents where you’re explaining the results of the evaluation and seeking consent for services. You may also include other members of the MET in your dialogue if you choose. Remember, when communicating with parents, you should not use jargon but explain in laymen’s terms.
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