IEPs: Creating Clear and Effective Plans- a three-part series 

IEP Implementation Success Factors

featuring Michael McCormick, M.S., LBS

March 27th | 3-3:30 CT 

The journey doesn't end with the meeting—join us as we discuss strategies for post-IEP success

Michael will:
  • Recognize that the IEP journey continues beyond the meeting.
  • Discuss strategies for ensuring continued success after the initial meeting.
  • Likely covers topics such as monitoring progress, making adjustments, and supporting ongoing needs.
  • Offer a comprehensive perspective on the long-term success of the IEP process.
By attending you will receive:
  • Presentation Slide Deck 
  • Certificate of Attendance 
  • Complimentary Resources


IEP Implementation Success Factors

Thank you for your interest in attending Part 3 of our IEP Series: Implementation Success Factors with Michael McCormick! Please complete the form below. Upon completion, you will be directed to zoom to obtain access to the meeting link! We are looking forward to seeing you March 27th at 3 CST! 

Michael McCormick, M.S., LBS

Michael is an experienced education professional with over 13 years of experience in the field. He earned his Master’s degree from Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania in Special Education and is a Licensed Behavior Specialist in the state of Pennsylvania. Over the course of his career, Michael has served as a teacher of complex learners, adjunct professor, supervisor of special education, and transition coordinator. Michael’s expertise lies in designing and implementing defensible Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) for students with varying needs. He is skilled in developing and implementing behavior management strategies, as well as collaborating with families, teachers, and service providers to ensure that learners receive the support they need to succeed. Throughout this career, Michael has been recognized for his dedication to the field and has presented on IEP development, secondary transition planning, instructional strategies, and the provision of a free appropriate public education.