More updates! Last week it was fact sheets from Indiana VR. This week, we want to give you a brand new shiny “Indiana Transition IEP Rubric.”
This new edition of the rubric will be your go-to guide as you create quality, compliant Transition IEPs for your students this year. It features examples of written statements that illustrate quality, compliance, or non-compliance for each part of the IEP. Screenshots show you where to find and enter new information in the Indiana IEP (IIEP). Resources at the end of the rubric include everything from a video on authentic assessments to a resource collection for writing quality IEPs.
You can find the new rubric on the INSTRC website as a resource. Just type “Transition IEP Rubric,” or just “Indiana Rubric” or even just “Rubric” in the INSTRC resource search bar.
Need a quick look at the requirements for a Transition IEP? Review the Indicator 13 Checklist, which provides you with the specific compliance questions used when reviewing Transition IEPs. You’ll find those same questions in the rubric along with supporting information, examples, and resources.