What Transition Areas Need to be Assessed?


Every student is a unique whole individual. When a team is thinking about each student and what age-appropriate transition assessments might give them the information they need to make informed educational decisions, they need a guide for doing so.

In 2010, Sitlington, Neubert & Clark wrote about all the knowledge and skill domains a team should consider when planning transition assessment. Within the domains, students, families and educators are responsible for determining each student's strengths, preferences, interests and needs. Gathering accurate information about these domains can lead to more effective transition planning and better outcomes for students after they leave school.

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Hand Outs

Transition Assessment Resource Guide

Transition Assessment Matrix

Transition Assessment Folder

Annual Transition Assessment Planning Form

Transition IEP Tutorial

Indiana Article 7