As a result of the global pandemic of 2020, school shutdowns forced the Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings to take place remotely. The virtual IEP meeting started as a temporary solution to the inability to meet in person. However, educators have noted the benefits of the remote IEP meeting, and some predict remote sessions could turn into the preferred choice for team meetings well into the future. In Chapter 5, educators report, through survey results with follow-up interviews, ideas and best practices for successful remote IEP meetings. Additionally, a collection of district-wide forms, agendas, and meeting norms were collected to understand useful and practical strategies to carry out the remote IEP meeting, from pre-meeting preparation through post-meeting signatures. The remote IEP meeting can be as effective as in-person meetings with proper logistical and personal preparation. Establishing roles, creating effective privacy practices, instituting norms, access to technology, and following an agenda can ensure successful implementation of the remote IEP meeting.