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The HAPPY Transdisciplinary Team! Year 2010-2011

What makes a Grrrrreat Team, GREAT?!

  • Child-focused
  • Inspired
  • Communication
  • Collaboration
  • Role sharing
  • Enthusiasm!
  • Teaching
  • Learning
  • Working Together
  • Common Goals
  • The Family
  • Passionate about THE CHILD!

Do YOU have a HAPPY Transdiciplinary Team this year? What makes it work? How are your results?

OR, is the next blog about the dysfunctional transdiciplinary team...and what doesn't work?!

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Comment by Patricia Cibor on February 22, 2011 at 10:37pm
Lorna I also agree with you.  I shouldn't be a tug of war between the school district and parents with the child and those that teach them caught in the middle.  As secretary of our SEPAC, my goal is to help work with administration to bridge the gap and develop better communication skills with administration to help both admin and parents learn to communicate better.
Comment by Cecilia Cruse on October 9, 2010 at 9:45am
I so agree and Lorna your comments in your blog about the IEP process should not be a tug of war between parents vs. school. In my experience as a school therapist, the best IEP teams were always those where parents, teachers, therapists and the student when applicable would work together on common goals and learn to compromise on any areas where there may be differences.
Comment by Lorna d'Entremont on October 8, 2010 at 11:16pm
Yes, ALL must be focused on THE CHILD. Communication and working together are key. Thanks for reminding us of this.

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