Presentation on theme: "March 2009Oregon Department of Education1 Indicator B13: Secondary Transition Services."— Presentation transcript:
March 2009Oregon Department of Education1 Indicator B13: Secondary Transition Services
March 2009Oregon Department of Education2 Student Other Agencies Age Appropriate Transition Assessment Measurable Postsecondary Goals Annual Transition Goals Transition Services Course of Study Student PINS
March 2009Oregon Department of Education Transition Standards 1.Age-appropriate Transition Assessments 2.Measurable Postsecondary Goal 3.Annual IEP Goals that will reasonably enable the student to meet the PSG 4.Transition Services 5.Course Of Study 6.Other Agencies
March 2009Oregon Department of Education4 Age-appropriate Transition Assessments Is there evidence that the measurable postsecondary goals were based on age-appropriate transition assessments? Formal Transition Assessment Adaptive Behavior/Daily Living Skills General and Specific Aptitude Tests Interest Inventories Intelligence Tests Achievement Tests Temperament Inventories/Instruments Career Maturity or Employability Tests Self-Determination Assessment Transition Planning Inventories
March 2009Oregon Department of Education5 Informal Transition Assessment Methods Interviews and questionnaires Direct observation Curriculum-based assessments (CBA) Environmental analysis
March 2009Oregon Department of Education6 Measurable Postsecondary Goal Is there a measurable postsecondary goal or goals that covers education or training, employment, and, as needed, independent living? AFTER leaving school Based on PINS Measurable behavior/action goal accomplishment A clear completion of the goal Can be combined into one all-inclusive goal or two or three separate goals
March 2009Oregon Department of Education7 Annual IEP Goals Are there annual IEP goals that will reasonably enable the child to meet the postsecondary goals? For each postsecondary goal there must be an annual goal, based on present levels, included in the IEP that will help the student make progress towards the postsecondary goal.
March 2009Oregon Department of Education8 Post Secondary Goals After High School Timeline for completion Measurable Based on Age Appropriate Transition Assessment Written in areas of: –Education/Training –Employment –Independent living skills, when appropriate Annual Transition Goals During High School 1 year goal Measurable Based on student’s needs Written in areas of: –Academic –Functional –Reasonably enabling the student to meet the postsecondary goals vs
March 2009Oregon Department of Education9 Transition Services Are there transition services in the IEP that focus on improving the academic and functional achievement of the child to facilitate their movement from school to post-school? Must be a type of –instruction, –related service, –community experience, –development of employment –post-school adult living objectives, –acquisition of daily living skills, –provision of a functional vocational evaluation listed in association with meeting the post-secondary goal(s).
March 2009Oregon Department of Education10 Courses of Study Do the transition services include courses of study that focus on improving the academic and functional achievement of the child to facilitate their movement from school to post-school? Must be updated annually Help student meet his postsecondary goal Reflect multi-year coursework (series of courses) Address classes, experiences, and activities Motivate the student to complete his education Support post-school outcomes.
March 2009Oregon Department of Education11 Other Agencies For transition services that are likely to be provided or paid for by other agencies, is there evidence that representatives of the agencies were invited to the IEP meeting? For the current year, is there evidence in the IEP that representatives of any of the following agencies were invited to participate in the IEP development: –postsecondary education, –vocational education, –integrated employment (including supported employment), –continuing and adult education, –adult services, independent living or community participation Was consent to attend obtained from the parent (or child, for a student of the age of majority)?
March 2009Oregon Department of Education12 Jackie Burr