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Transition IEP Compliance: Including Adult Service Agencies in the IEP Meeting

This is the 8th installment of our 9-week series, delving into each component of a Transition IEP.  This mini, information series, created by the Indiana Secondary Transition Resource Center, assists Indiana’s school districts and transition teachers working to understand requirements and expectations, and it supports teachers and teams as they write quality, compliant Transition IEPs.

Each week, we’re featuring one question from the Indiana Transition Requirements Checklist. We’ll take a look at that question and provide an explanation and example of what it means to meet compliance for that particular component.

Please join us for Week 8, Including Adult Service Agencies in the IEP Meetinghttps://connect.iu.edu/p9mo8cu95ow/

Transition IEP Compliance: Course of Study

This is part 9 of our series delving into each of the components of a Transition IEP.  This mini information series, created by the Indiana Secondary Transition Resource Center, assists Indiana’s school districts and transition teachers working to understand requirements and expectations, and it supports teachers and teams as they write quality, compliant Transition IEPs.

 Each week, we’ve been featuring one question from the Indiana Transition Requirements Checklist, examining that question and providing an explanation and example of what it means to meet compliance for that particular component.

 Next week, we’ll wrap up the series, so stay tuned!

 Please join us today for Week 9, Course of Study https://connect.iu.edu/p8n84zqr7la/

Transition IEP Compliance: Transition Services and Activities

We’re still working on that 9-week series, delving into each component of a Transition IEP. This mini, information series, created by the Indiana Secondary Transition Resource Center, assists Indiana’s school districts and transition teachers working to understand requirements and expectations, and it supports teachers and teams as they write quality, compliant Transition IEPs.

Each week, we’re featuring one question from the Indiana Transition Requirements Checklist. We’ll take a look at that question and provide an explanation and example of what it means to meet compliance for that particular component.

Please join us for Week 7, Transition Services and Activities:

https://connect.iu.edu/p19dfqsf6cg/

Short Share: Multi-Tiered Systems of Support

This week we’ll take a little break from our Transition IEP Compliance series to bring you a Short Share video from the DOE’s Office of Special Education focusing on Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS). These comprehensive systems feature multiple components of classroom and school-wide learning and behavioral supports with a focus on academic, behavioral and social-emotional learning and development.

Click on the link to view Short Share #5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2TsffR9q2kk&feature=youtu.be

And to learn more about merging academic and behavioral systems within a transition-focused approach that takes into consideration student engagement, get a copy of the book Universal Design for Transition: A Roadmap for Planning and Instruction, by Colleen Thoma, Christina Bartholomew, and LaRon Scott. Check your local library or find it on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/Universal-Design-Transition-Planning-Instruction/dp/1557669104

Transition IEP Compliance: Measurable Annual Goals

Welcome back to Tuesday’s Tips, where we’re in the midst of a 9-week series, delving into each component of a Transition IEP. The series, created by the Indiana Secondary Transition Resource Center, assists Indiana’s school districts and transition teachers working to understand requirements and expectations, and it supports teachers and teams as they write quality, compliant Transition IEPs.

Each week, we’re featuring one question from the Indiana Transition Requirements Checklist. We’ll take a look at that question and provide an explanation and example of what it means to meet compliance for that particular component.

Please join us for Week 6, Measurable Annual Goals: https://connect.iu.edu/p6gvyz9pld2/

Transition IEP Compliance: Postsecondary Goals Updated Annually

Welcome back to Tuesday’s Tips, where we’re in the midst of a 9-week series, delving into each component of a Transition IEP.  The series, created by the Indiana Secondary Transition Resource Center, assists Indiana’s school districts and transition teachers working to understand requirements and expectations, and it supports teachers and teams as they write quality, compliant Transition IEPs.

Each week, we’re featuring one question from the Indiana Transition Requirements Checklist. We’ll take a look at that question and provide an explanation and example of what it means to meet compliance for that particular component.

Please join us for Week 4, Postsecondary Goals Updated Annually: https://connect.iu.edu/p9jhdskdfkr/

Transition IEP Compliance: Postsecondary Goals

Welcome back to Tuesday’s Tips, where we’re in the midst of a 9-week series, delving into each component of a Transition IEP. The series, created by the Indiana Secondary Transition Resource Center, assists Indiana’s school districts and transition teachers working to understand requirements and expectations, and it supports teachers and teams as they write quality, compliant Transition IEPs.

Each week, we’re featuring one question from the Indiana Transition Requirements Checklist. We’ll take a look at that question and provide an explanation and example of what it means to meet compliance for that particular component.

Please join us for Week 4, Postsecondary Goals: https://connect.iu.edu/p7sdxppr078/

Transition IEP Compliance: Using Authentic Assessments

Welcome back to Tuesday’s Tips, where we’re in the midst of a 9-week series, delving into each component of a Transition IEP.  The series, created by the Indiana Secondary Transition Resource Center, assists Indiana’s school districts and transition teachers working to understand requirements and expectations, and it supports teachers and teams as they write quality, compliant Transition IEPs.

Each week, we’re featuring one question from the Indiana Transition Requirements Checklist. We’ll take a look at that question and provide an explanation and example of what it means to meet compliance for that particular component.

Please join us for Week 3, Authentic Assessments: https://connect.iu.edu/componentsweek3/

Transition IEP Compliance: Transition Assessment

For the next several weeks, the Indiana Secondary Transition Resource Center is running a 9-week series that describes each component of a Transition IEP.  The series assists Indiana’s school districts and transition teachers working to understand requirements and expectations, and it supports teachers and teams as they write quality, compliant Transition IEPs.

Each week, we’re featuring one question from the Indiana Transition Requirements Checklist. We’ll take a look at that question and provide an explanation and example of what it means to meet compliance for that particular component.

Please join us for Week 2, Transition Assessmenthttps://connect.iu.edu/p7f9s56cwq6/

Introducing the Transition IEP Compliance Series

As we work around the state, we’ve noted that teachers are interested in writing both a compliant and quality Transition IEP. To support this effort, the Indiana Secondary Transition Resource Center is launching an 8-week series that will provide a description of each Transition IEP component.

Each week we will feature one question from the Indiana Transition Requirements Checklist and provide an explanation and example of what is required to meet compliance. The series is designed to support teacher and district efforts in understanding the expectations for a Transition IEP.

Please join us for week one: Student Invitation.  https://connect.iu.edu/p1njvfnzwz8/