Webinar: Using Transition Assessment Results to Write Indicator 13-Compliant Transition Plans

In collaboration with the Division on Career Development and Transition (DCDT)

From the Council for Exceptional Children (CEC):

“Have you seen transition assessment results that somehow didn’t lead to meaningful transition goals and plans? This program provides guidance in transforming commonly-used transition assessment results into transition plans that comply with Indicator 13 and provide clear goals for training, education, employment and, where appropriate, independent living skills. You’ll see examples of Indicator 13-compliant transition plan components based on age-appropriate transition assessments, with an emphasis on writing annual transition goals and creating individualized transition plans. You’ll come away better able to create viable, age-appropriate transition plans tailored to individual students’ aspirations and ability profiles.

This program is appropriate for special educators, related services professionals, school psychologists, and administrators who write transition plans.

After completing this program, you will be able to:

Discuss IDEA and Indicator 13 transition service requirements.
Review transition assessments for specific purposes.
Write Indicator 13-compliant transition services, activities, and goals based on age appropriate transition assessment results.
Describe where to obtain various transition assessments discussed.”
About the presenters

James Martin, Ph.D., holds the Zarrow Family Chair at the University of Oklahoma, directs the university’s Zarrow Center for Learning Enrichment, and is the Zarrow Family Professor in the Dept. of Educational Psychology.

Amber McConnell, Ph.D., is a research associate at the University of Oklahoma’s Zarrow Center for Learning Enrichment.

Earn while you learn! This webinar is worth

One Professional Development Hour (PDH)

The cost of this webinar is:

Member: $89.00
Non-Member: $114.00
Student: $69.00

To learn more and register, click here!

Author: New York State DCDT

The New York DCDT strives to increase collaboration efforts in effective transition planning for individuals with disabilities by reducing the duplication of efforts and aligning resources and communication.

2 thoughts on “Webinar: Using Transition Assessment Results to Write Indicator 13-Compliant Transition Plans”

  1. Good Morning. The link to the Mini – Grant information does not work.. and I tried to email Letah Graff and it continues to come back as a mailer demon.. ?? Is there another way to get the information?

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