Student-focused planning practices focus on using assessment information and facilitating students’ self-determination to develop individual education programs based on students’ post-school goals (Kohler and Field, 2003).
Critical components of student-focused planning practices:
|Students-at-risk and students with IEPs are part of school-wide practices that ensure all students:|
|In addition, when a student has an IEP:|
The Next Steps NH Transition Focused Education Framework is for students with IEPs and students at risk. It is based on the five practices of the Kohler Taxonomy:
- Student-Focused Planning Practices
- Student Development Practices
- Interagency Collaboration Practices
- Family Involvement Practices
- Program Structures Practices
Kohler, P. D., & Field, S. (2003). Transition-focused education: foundation for the future. Journal of Special Education, 37(3), 174-183.