Quick Links to Explore Evidence-Based Transition Practices

The National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center (NSTTAC) developed a four-page e-flyer, NSTTAC’s Secondary Transition Evidence-Based Practices, to quickly connect educators and parents with resources to explore new teaching practices. Examples are Using Self-Advocacy Strategy, Using Simultaneous Prompting, and More than One Strategy. 

The flyer includes hotlinks for each practice that take you to a 1-2 page description. The descriptions include:

  • explanation of the practice
  • how and where it has been implemented
  • where to learn more
  • relationship of the practice to Indicator 13, Common Core and Career Clusters

Each of the transition practices has an actual evidence base that demonstrates effectiveness, so they are well worth exploring and trying out.

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