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Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2. Posted May 19, Eastern Standard Time, drf I think something's up I think your right!! Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. Since you didn't have all the information the rest of the team had, I'd look it over, hear what they have to say so you can figure out what's up and announce that you need some time to look over the behavioral information before you can agree to any course of action. You can emphasize that you did request the info so you could be better prepared, but since you weren't extended that courtesy the meeting will have to be reconvened at a later date.
It's their choice not to share, it's your choice to study the info EVEN if it means they have to meet after school is out for the summer That way you'll find out what is up at the meeting and then have time to deal with it.. I really think that having someone sitting with you besides your spouse who totally agrees with you and supports you gives you a stronger back bone.
Also, do NOT be afraid to take a tape recorder and plop it down in the middle of the table. I could probably get some time off and then you could have an advocate of sorts and I can get some insight into school IEP's since this is Vickies transition to Kindergarten this year Re: Posted May 20, Eastern Standard Time, Michdock I waas told however, that if I plan to bring a tape recorder to the meeting you have to let them know, just a thought.
We have to let them know in advance because if we tape, they tape. I would also suggest that you check out your tape recorder in advance I'd try it out around the kitchen table or something to make sure it's loud enough to hear without background noises.
I've always used a tape recorder during ARD's and it's always been a good positive experience, they school has their recorder to that they bring I just told them that I need to be able to go back and review things and it's very helpful..
I've actually gone back and listened a couple of times Bringing a tape recorder to IEP's is so so helpful Stefanie. Testing out the tape recorder in advance is a good idea - however, in our experience it's not the tape itself that holds the most value - it's the fact that when you are taping, you elicit a different level of participation in the meeting than when you are not taping I have never gone back to listen to any of the IEP's that I have taped I do have one tape that I used to love to play as I lay soaking in a hot tub with candles and a Pepsi..
If he can't do what the rest of the kids.. It helps to have an external microphone. Place that microphone on a book so the vibrations from the recorder do not interfere with understanding the voices in the room. It will also has a better chance to pick up conversations going on between parties that are not privy for all ears. She said she checked with her legal consultant and they said it only applied to records they already have and not ones I want created but she had them send them to me anyway!
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Log in or Sign up. Dictionary and thread title search: Previous Thread Next Thread. At the end of a formal letter, I want to politely request a quick response. Is Thank you in advance for your prompt reply. FrankyFourFingers , Aug 14, Sounds fine to me, FFF.
Hello, I would use I look forward to hearing from you. FFF's version sounds a bit more urgent though, Laika. What about I look forward to your prompt reply? OR I look forward to hearing from you as soon as possible. As mentioned above, adding a sense of urgency to your email writing is a great way to get the response you want even quicker. If you need something done or a response faster, make sure that you give a deadline for the recipient to abide by.
As you can see, the recipient now has a deadline to respond to your email and an added reminder of the upcoming deadline on Friday. This is a great example of why you should always try to email to an individual over a group of people whenever possible. If you do need to message more than one person, assign everyone a task and ask them to all contact you with an update by a certain deadline. Get our latest articles in your inbox! Am I planning a reception, or arranging for payments on a loan that is about to go into default?
Those considerations aside, the generic wording I've included at the top of my answer is about as polite as I can muster. Thank you for your interest in this question. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site the association bonus does not count. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? Questions Tags Users Badges Unanswered. In a letter, what is the most polite way to ask for a quick reply?
FlacchusMaximus 1 3 6. I wonder if "May we request a prompt reply? Copper - Perhaps if you answered that question with an explanation, that would work just ifne.
I would suggest 'grateful for the prompt reply' will be the right response and not Thanks, because the word Thanks need not necessarily convey a positive intent. It sounds simple, but sometimes all you need to do is ask for a response. If an email needs a reply, alert the person in the subject line, suggests. Putting "please" after "could you" makes it sound as if you have already asked the person to do something, and that "I would be grateful for your prompt reply.".