What is a transition assessment?

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What is a transition assessment?

Transition assessment is widely defined as follows: “Transition assessment is an on-going process of collecting information on the student’s strengths, needs, preferences and interests as they relate to the demands of current and future living, learning, and working environments.

What is the Tagg assessment?

The Transition Assessment and Goal Generator (TAGG) is an easy-to-use transition assessment instrument based on research-identified non-academic behaviors and experiences associated with post-school employment and further education.

What are the three broad types of transition assessments that many educators find useful to assist students in developing post secondary and annual transition goals?

There are three main types of assessments that play an important role in the Transition process which include: (1) formal assessments, (2) informal assessments, and (3) casual assessments.

What is the TPI 2?

The Transition Planning Inventory−Second Edition (TPI-2) is an instrument to help plan the post- secondary transition of students who are benefiting from special education (SPED) services. It aims to identify the strengths, needs, and interests of students with disabilities.

What is an informal assessment for transition planning?

Description: Informal Assessments for Transition Planning–Second Edition is an assessment resource that school-based personnel can use to determine or confirm transition strengths, preferences, interests, and needs for appropriate transition planning in the IEP.

What is the best transition assessment tool for schools?

Zarrow Center’s Transition Assessment and Goal Generator (TAGG). It costs $3/student and is becoming widely used in schools. The Transition Assessment Matrix from the Indiana Secondary Transition Resource Center has a wealth of information.

What are the components of a transition assessment?

This assessment includes a personal profile, relationship map, visions for the future, goal planning, obstacles, resources and ends with an action planning section. This is a great assessment that students can keep in their personal transition portfolios.

What is age appropriate transition assessment?

Age-appropriate transition assessment information (e.g., academic, cognitive, career/occupational, adaptive behavior) is routinely collected and: used to identify the student’s preferences, interests, choices, and needs; reflected in the summary of student’s present level of academic achievement and functional performance;

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