Ch 11: Transition Planning for Students with Emotional Impairment in Michigan

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Before you sit for an important exam, check out this chapter on transition planning for Michigan students with emotional impairments. In this comprehensive study guide, we've included short lessons and multiple-choice quizzes you can access any time on your computer or mobile device.

Transition Planning for Students with Emotional Impairment in Michigan - Chapter Summary

Our expert instructors present lessons on transition planning for students with emotional impairment in the state of Michigan for your review. In this chapter, you'll study IEP transition plans for a variety of student ages as well as resources available to students with emotional impairments in Michigan. After you finish this chapter, you should be able to:

  • Discuss special education and transition planning
  • Outline transition domains as they apply to special education
  • Utilize a template for an IEP transition plan
  • Describe a transition portfolio for a student with disabilities
  • Identify special education transition plans for middle and high schoolers
  • Detail some of the disability advocacy groups available to Michigan students
  • Understand the transition resources for students with emotional impairments in Michigan

This chapter has been designed by professionals to ensure your learning experience is not only thorough and accurate, but also captivating and enjoyable. A short quiz is included with each lesson to help you master these concepts and test your understanding as you move along. All of our learning tools are available to you 24 hours a day so you can study at whatever time works best for you.

6 Lessons in Chapter 11: Transition Planning for Students with Emotional Impairment in Michigan
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Transition Planning & Special Education

1. 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.

Transition Domains for Special Education

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.

IEP Transition Plan Template

3. IEP Transition Plan Template

Transitioning students out of the special education system can be rewarding but also challenging. This lesson provides a template for creating an IEP transition plan to help outline the steps in writing.

Transition Portfolios for Students with Disabilities

4. Transition Portfolios for Students with Disabilities

At some point, every student with an IEP will leave the formal educational system. This lesson will help you understand how to ease their transition by creating a portfolio that shows who they are and what they need.

Special Education Transition Plans from Middle School to High School

5. 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.

Disability Advocacy Groups

6. Disability Advocacy Groups

Groups that advocate for individuals with disabilities may focus on the disabled population in general or on those with certain disabilities. Read on to learn about the different disability advocacy groups and what they do.

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