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General education teachers should remember that all students are general education students, first. We need to be prepared to work with students of all abilities in our classrooms. As general education teachers, we have an active role on a child’s IEP team and an active role during the IEP meeting. This assignment asked preservice teachers to develop a script of what they would say at an IEP meeting of one character from four different novels that would be considered a child with twice-exceptionalities.

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Teacher education, elementary education, inclusion, special education, gifted and talented, twice-exceptionalities, IEP, children’s literature


Accessibility | Early Childhood Education | Educational Methods | Elementary Education | Elementary Education and Teaching | Gifted Education | Higher Education and Teaching | Junior High, Intermediate, Middle School Education and Teaching | Language and Literacy Education | Other Teacher Education and Professional Development | Pre-Elementary, Early Childhood, Kindergarten Teacher Education | Special Education and Teaching

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Student with Twice-Exceptionalities IEP Meeting Assignment Description