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Transition Planning & Life Skills for SPED Students - Chapter Summary
In this chapter, you'll find a series of bite-sized lessons that explore transition planning and life skills concepts in special education. You can expect to study instructional strategies, healthcare management concepts, transition programs and much more. By the end of the chapter, you'll be able to:
- Explain the relationship between special education and transition planning
- Apply transition-focused instructional strategies
- Assess career and transition programs for students with disabilities
- Teach healthcare management to students who have disabilities
Following each lesson is a short quiz, and the chapter concludes with a multiple-choice exam. Our instructors use an engaging teaching style, and they're available to answer any questions you may have about the chapter topics. You can study at any time that's convenient using your desktop, laptop or mobile device.
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.
2. Strategies for Transition-Focused Instruction
If you are a special education high school teacher, then you probably spend some time thinking about how to help your students transition out of school. This lesson provides strategies you can use.
3. Career & Transition Programs for Students with Disabilities
Everyone has the right to work! Teachers must help students diagnosed with disabilities find and prepare for the careers of their dreams. Opening that door can help lead to successful, independent lives for students with disabilities.
4. Teaching Healthcare Management to Students with Disabilities
Helping students with disabilities gain skills for independence is such an important and meaningful part of their overall education. This lesson discusses what it means to teach students with disabilities how to manage their healthcare.
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Other chapters within the Ohio Assessments for Educators - Special Education (043): Practice & Study Guide course
- Human Development Overview
- Students with Individual Disabilities, Disorders & Impairments
- Historical, Legal & Ethical Foundations of Special Education
- Special Education Services & IEPs
- Behavioral Assessment, Intervention & Support
- Student Assessment in SPED
- Curriculum Planning & Accessibility in SPED
- Instructional Practices for Student Success in SPED
- Technology in the Special Needs Classroom
- Communication & Social Skills in the SPED Classroom
- Managing the Learning Environment in Special Education
- Communication & Collaborative Approaches in Special Education
- Effective Teaching & Professional Growth in Special Education
- Ohio Assessments for Educators Special Education Flashcards