Planning for Life After High School
A 1-1.5 hour workshop for parents. Introductory level, will cover:
- What is transition planning?
- When and how planning for life after high school is addressed in the IEP.
- How parents and students can be involved in the planning with the special education process.
Self-paced online option
You can do this workshop as a self-paced online course that takes about one hour to complete, from the NH Parent Information Center It is a narrated PowerPoint presentation with video commentary by parents and interactive self-quizzes.
- PowerPoint with presenter notes, PPT, 43 slides
- PowerPoint with presenter notes, PDF, 43 slides
- PowerPoint slides handout, PDF, three slides to a page, 15 pages
- Pre-assessment, PDF, 1 page
- Sample IEP (blank), PDF, 14 pages
- Terms and acronyms list, PDF, 2 pages
- Sample Summary of Performance, PDF, 1 page
- Post-assessment, PDF, 1 page
- Post assessment answer key, PDF, 1 page
Course outline with timing
|Introductions, pre-assessment, review agenda (slides 1-4)||10 min|
|What is Transition? Parent feelings (slides 5-10)||12 min||None|
|Importance of student involvement. Course of Study (slides 11-16)||11 min|
|Transition assessments, measurable postsecondary goals, present levels (slides 17-26)||15 min|
|How course of study and postsecondary goals relate to transition services. Annual goals. How transition planning fits into the IEP (slides 27-37)||14 min|
|Age of majority, summary of performance (slides 38-39)||5 min|
|Wrap up (slides 40-43)||7 min|