Digital Portfolio

Using the TAP-IT* process, teams tap into data to plan an intervention for a student, implement the intervention, and then track its impact. The teams follow specific protocols across each of the five stages of TAP-IT: Team, Analyze, Plan, Implement, and Track and use a unique Digital Portfolio (DP) platform, developed at the Johns Hopkins University Center for Technology in Education.

Learning Links Profile: Deborah G. Badawi, MD

Transitions aren’t always easy. The question of how you help a child move from the sheltered world of childhood and adolescence to the world of independent adult life is a struggle for all parents. If you have ever tried to teach your teenager how to do laundry you’ve gotten a glimpse into the difficulty of […]

Expert Advice

We spoke with Sue Murray, the Transition Coordinator at the Hannah More School, about a wide range of important issues around transition. Here is part of the interview that is focused towards families.

Transition to College

  Applying to and beginning college is a challenging experience for anyone. And it can be that much more challenging if a person has a disability. As is often the case, though, knowledge can be a very powerful tool. Here is some information that you can share with your students who are hoping to continue […]

Transition: Life After School

As an educator, it’s something you think about a lot. How are you going to help your students make progress? How are you going to help them make the transitions they need to make in their lives?

Assessment in Transition

Assessment is an essential foundation for much of the decision-making around a student’s transition plan. Here, we talk all about it.

Transition To Go

We understand that good educators are not in front of their computers all day long – you do actually work with students! So here are a couple of resources that you can print out and take with you to IEP meetings and planning sessions. Questions to Answer During the Transition Process: questions you and the student’s […]

Especially For Young Adults

If you are a young adult with a disability, you are probably used to having lots of people making decisions for you. Do you get to be a part of the big decisions? You should.