1) Make and/ or gather any new materials you will need to work on new goals.
This is likely one of the most time consuming steps after an IEP meeting. I like to use TpT to my advantage for getting activities to work on new IEP goals but I also try to use materials that I already have in my classroom. During this step, I typically update activities/work for kiddos throughout our day (I update circle time lessons/ materials, direct instruction/ 1:1 materials, and literacy and math group activities). I basically look at our schedule and try to figure out what specific times of days the kiddo can work on the goals and then put new goal materials with the corresponding lesson supplies.
2) Make new data sheets!
The data freak in me loves this step!! I know that everyone doesn't have this strange data love, but it's still really important to get new data sheets knocked out quickly so you can track progress and adapt instruction as needed. Make sure that you make data sheets as quick and simple as possible so taking data seems like less of a chore!
3) Train any paras or support staff on new goals, modifications, accommodations, etc.
These simple steps are helpful to make sure everyone in the classroom is implementing the new IEP promptly and with fidelity! Do you have any steps/ tasks you complete after you have IEP meetings? I'd love to hear your ideas!