Your Complete Guide to Transition Planning and Services

Nonfiction, Reference & Language, Education & Teaching, Special Education, Socially Handicapped
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Author: Mary E. Morningstar, Ph.D., Elizabeth Clavenna-Deane, Ph.D. ISBN: 9781681252575
Publisher: Brookes Publishing Publication: November 21, 2017
Imprint: Brookes Publishing Language: English
Author: Mary E. Morningstar, Ph.D., Elizabeth Clavenna-Deane, Ph.D.
ISBN: 9781681252575
Publisher: Brookes Publishing
Publication: November 21, 2017
Imprint: Brookes Publishing
Language: English

If you're a special educator or transition coordinator for high school students with disabilities, you play a critical role in empowering young people to achieve their goals and dreams. It's a complex and challenging job-and this introductory guide will help you every step of the way as you support students' successful transition to college, work, and community life.

You'll get the how-to guidance you need to master all the basics of transition planning and services, from assessing each learner's strengths and writing IEPs to evaluating student progress. Research-based strategies help you develop effective plans with confidence, and the reproducible checklists and forms keep critical information organized as you prepare each student for life beyond the classroom. A must-read for all transition coordinators-and any secondary educator with a role on the transition team-this book is your essential guide to supporting successful, self-determined futures for all your students.

PRACTICAL HELP IN EVERY CHAPTER:

  • Getting started. For each major transition topic covered, you'll find a thorough introduction to the fundamentals, including definitions of key terms and concrete examples.
  • Making it happen. Get in-depth guidance and practical strategies for creating and carrying out each step of an effective transition plan.
  • What you can do right now. Put the ideas in each chapter into immediate action with quick tips, helpful forms, and a list of the best online resources.

DISCOVER HOW TO: build a transition assessment toolkit • write transition IEPs with measurable goals • increase family and student involvement in transition planning • strengthen student self-determination • embed transition skills in core academic content • boost student engagement in school • create a quality career development program • prepare students for postsecondary education • teach independent living skills • enhance students’ social skills • support participation in community experiences • promote interagency collaboration • evaluate student progress • and more

With practical checklists & forms:

  • Skills and Knowledge Checklist for transition specialists
  • Self-determination forms for students and families
  • Helpful forms for your career development program
  • Ecological inventory and task analysis forms
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If you're a special educator or transition coordinator for high school students with disabilities, you play a critical role in empowering young people to achieve their goals and dreams. It's a complex and challenging job-and this introductory guide will help you every step of the way as you support students' successful transition to college, work, and community life.

You'll get the how-to guidance you need to master all the basics of transition planning and services, from assessing each learner's strengths and writing IEPs to evaluating student progress. Research-based strategies help you develop effective plans with confidence, and the reproducible checklists and forms keep critical information organized as you prepare each student for life beyond the classroom. A must-read for all transition coordinators-and any secondary educator with a role on the transition team-this book is your essential guide to supporting successful, self-determined futures for all your students.

PRACTICAL HELP IN EVERY CHAPTER:

DISCOVER HOW TO: build a transition assessment toolkit • write transition IEPs with measurable goals • increase family and student involvement in transition planning • strengthen student self-determination • embed transition skills in core academic content • boost student engagement in school • create a quality career development program • prepare students for postsecondary education • teach independent living skills • enhance students’ social skills • support participation in community experiences • promote interagency collaboration • evaluate student progress • and more

With practical checklists & forms:

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