Here is the entire booklet – Guiding Transition Fall 2021
Guiding Transition – Individual Pages
Below are the frequently accessed individual pages from the Guiding Transition Booklet. Simply click on each page you want to print:
Page B Best Practices
Age of Majority Cheat Sheet
Considerations for 4 Programs
Differences between High School & College Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
Postsecondary Plan A & Plan B
Iowa Waiver Services 101
Living, Learning, & Working Planning Tool
Junior/Senior Checklist: Preparing for Postsecondary Education
Template Agenda for Student Led IEP
Transition Talking Points
Skills Needed for All Postsecondary Options
IEP Meeting Guide & Additional Considerations
This tool may be used by teachers and administrators. It can serve as a prompt for the steps needed to help ensure that the IEP is aligned to the student’s postsecondary transitional plan. Page two of this sheet includes additional considerations that the IEP team may need to ponder. Pages 13 14 IEP Meeting Guide Check Sheet
Open-Ended Probes & Questions
A list of conversation starters designed to engage students in conversation – Building Bridges with Open Ended Questions.
Page B: Best Practices and Refinements
The Page B Best Practices assists teachers in sufficiently documenting transition information in the IEP and provides step-by-step information for each of the six critical elements of transition.
Postsecondary Transition Talking Points
This guide can assist conversations about transition planning by using a variety of grade-appropriate questions. Transition Postsecondary Options Talking Points
The form, Where do I go from here? is aligned with the student’s postsecondary expectations but helps break the process down into different actions to help them see what responsibilities they may need to take to make it happen.
R2L Support for Secondary Transition Considerations
R2L Support for Secondary Transition Considerations was developed as part of the Return 2 Learn after COVID shutdown. Even though schools are not going virtual or hybrid learning this school year, this document still has great links to resources that can be used for transition planning.