While secondary transition must be incorporated into a child’s IEP when he or she turns 14, planning for transition should begin much earlier. Continue Reading Beginning the Secondary Transition Process
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Self-Determination Assessments help your students prepare to be self-advocates by identifying how self-determined they are and identify ways to become more self-determined. We encourage you to use these assessments as well as transition assessments from other sources to gather and organize information on your students in order to prepare them for a seamless transition from… Continue Reading Secondary Transition Toolkit: Self-Determination Assessments
The Maryland Secondary Transition Assessment Toolkit contains resources and assessment tools to use with students for transition planning. Continue Reading Secondary Transition Assessment Toolkit
Community Assessments help your students prepare for independent living in their communities by assessing and inventorying their independent living skills and plan for community living. Continue Reading Secondary Transition Toolkit: Community Assessments
College Assessments help your students identify their learning styles, examine their study skills, and assess their college readiness. Continue Reading Secondary Transition Toolkit: College Assessments
Assessments in this category can help students identify their interests, identify careers related to their interests, and search for more information about careers. There is an observation form that can be used with students at a worksite and a planning tool to keep track of the information gathered and to compare different jobs. Continue Reading Secondary Transition Toolkit: Career Assessments
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