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Supporting Life Transitions for SPED Students - Chapter Summary
In this chapter, you'll find lessons on supporting life transitions for special education students. Just a few of the subjects covered here include transition planning for SPED, IEP transition goals and transition domains for special education. After finishing this chapter, you should be able to complete these objectives:
- Assist students during educational transitions
- Outline transition domains and planning for special education
- Understand special education transition plans from middle school to high school
- Give examples of IEP transition goals
- Describe the techniques used to support life transitions in special education
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1. Assisting Students During Educational Transitions
A primary responsibility of school counselors is assisting students through educational transitions. This lesson will discuss this aspect of school counseling and will end with a quiz to see what you have learned.
2. Transition Domains for Special Education
This lesson will help you create the transition planning part of your student's Individual Education Plan. You'll explore the components that are required in the transition plan, then you can test your knowledge of transition plans with a brief quiz.
3. Transition Planning & Special Education
In this lesson, we'll cover the basics of transition planning for special education students, including what teachers need to do to make sure their students are ready to enter the adult world.
4. Special Education Transition Plans from Middle School to High School
This lesson will help you plan the transition from middle school to high school for your students with special needs. You'll explore the components that are required in the transition plan, then you can test your knowledge of transition with a short quiz.
5. Examples of IEP Transition Goals
As a special education teacher, one of your most important goals is helping your students get ready for the world beyond the educational system. This lesson offers you some examples of what a transition goal might look like for your students.
6. Supporting Life Transitions in Special Education: Strategies & Techniques
If you are a special education teacher, you probably wonder about what you can do to support your students and their well-being through life transitions. This lesson discusses strategies for supporting life transitions in special education.
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