Transition Assessment Toolkit
Quality transition planning is student centered and student driven. The initial step is gathering information regarding a students’ current strengths, needs, preferences, and interests in the context of “of current and future working, educational, living, and personal and social environments”, (Sitlington, Neubert, and Leconte, 1997).
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Implementing Quality Transition Services
Numerous resources and tools to assist in Transition Planning and services. Download the Transition Planning: Implementing Quality Transition Services (PDF)
Quality Transition Planning is a Process
Collecting data from informal or formal assessments of students strengths, needs, preferences and Interests over time from multiple stakeholders regarding (a} academic skills, (b) career interests and aptitudes, (c) self-determination skills and opportunities, and (d) independent living skills.
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