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Assess For Success A Practitioners Handbook On Transition Assessment, Hardcover

Assess For Success A Practitioners Handbook On Transition Assessment, Hardcover

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Assisting students with disabilities in planning for their future as adults offers both challenges and unique opportunities for educators- An authoritative guidebook for Individualized Education Program IEP and Individualized Transition Planning teams, Assess for Success, Second Edition, helps students, special educators, and families define appropriate goals - including postsecondary education and employment choices - for the transition to adult life- New resources in the revised edition emphasize practical transition assessment techniques with sample forms for community assessment, job analysis, and vocational training analysis- Written by a team of highly respected authors, and aligned with the reauthorization of IDEA 2004, the text discusses self-determination and career development-Demonstrates how to- Utilize methods for transition assessment- Use assessment outcomes in IEP development- Collaborate effectively with team members and other participants- Match students to appropriate transition environmentsStudents with disabilities can successfully transition into adult life when they are supported by solid planning, realistic goals, and a team of caring individuals who want to ensure the best possible outcome-Features- Title - Assess for Success- Sub Title - A Practitioners Handbook on Transition Assessment- Edited - Patricia L- Sitlington- Primary Author Affiliation - University of Northern Iowa, USA- Other Authors - Debra A- Neubert- Binding - Hardcover- Pages - 176- Publication Date - 18-Apr-07- Edition Number - Second Edition- Primary Subject Code - Transitioning - CCH- Item Weight - 20 oz-- Copyright Year - 2007About The AuthorPatricia L- Sitlington is Professor and Coordinator of the graduate emphasis in CareerVocational Programming and Transition at the University of Northern Iowa- She has been a secondary classroom teacher and state department staff member, as well as program consultant- She has written extensively in the field of transition, and is co-author of Transition Education and Services for Students with Disabilities, a major textbook in the field- Her main interest areas are assessment, outcomes studies of young adults with and without disabilities, and cross-disciplinary collaboration- SKU: CRWN1927

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