02-10%203700%20Transition%20Planning%20and%20Indicator%2013

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Presented by:  Jan Pearcy Associate Director Eastern Illinois Area of Special Education Transition Planning and Indicator 13 Workshop
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A coordinated set of  activities for a student with a  disability that: 1.  Is designed within an  outcome oriented process , that         is focused on improving the  academic and functional        achievement  of the child with a disability to facilitate         movement  from school to post-school activities, including       postsecondary education, vocational training, integrated       employment (including supported employment),       continuing and adult education, adult services,          independent living, or community participation. 2.  Is based on the individual student’s needs, taking        into account the student’s preferences and interests.
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Part of Illinois State Performance Plan, Part B Years 2005-2010 Indicator 13 (NEW)- Percent of youth age 16 and  above with an IEP that includes coordinated,  measurable annual IEP goals and transition services  that will reasonably enable the student to meet the  post-secondary goals.
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Student Should be Present!! When addressing transition, the student should not  only be present, but an active participant in the  planning process. Must have written proof that student was invited to  attend PRIOR to the meeting! Easiest way to show proof is to  include the student’s name as an  invitee on the invitation.
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   Employment Education and/or Training Independent Living Skills (If applicable)
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Age Appropriate Transition Assessments For each post secondary goal,  (Employment, Education and/or training  and, if applicable, independent living)  there should be evidence that age- appropriate transition assessments  provided information on the student’s  needs, taking in to account strengths,  preferences, and interests regarding the  post-secondary goal.
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FORMAL Interest inventories Learning styles Communication skills Career portfolios Employability inventory College entrance exams Aptitude tests Life skills inventories Personality scales Voc. skills inventories Social skills inventories IQ Tests INFORMAL Structured interviews  Student/Parent/Teachers Questionnaires Student/Parent/Teachers Behavior charts Social histories Technology needs Person-centered planning Manual dexterities Direct Observations Functional capacity
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   Use results oriented terms such as:  “enrolled in”, “will work”, “will complete”,  etc… and descriptors such as: “full time”,  part time”, etc…
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What will the student do after high school? Employment: 
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This note was uploaded on 06/18/2011 for the course SPE 3700 taught by Professor Janpearcy during the Spring '11 term at E. Illinois.

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