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26 IEP transition assessments allow the special education teacher to chose text or picture based inquires to help make transition plans and IEP goals for life skills.

 

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This IEP Transition assessments for Special Education writing set includes 26 assessments for students with special education needs.

Sixteen (16) transition assessments created specifically for students seeking a high school diploma.

Ten (10) transition planning worksheets tailored to “non-readers” in secondary education and teachers servicing those individuals in a severe/moderate setting and is an ideal addition to IEPs (Individual Education Plans).

This assessment bundle provides the tools students need for career and vocational interest exploration.

Student and teacher friendly and fast by creation.

Available in printable pdfs or shareable Google Docs for students to type their answers onto.

IEP Transition Assessments for Diploma Track Students with Special Needs

Interest Inventory IEP transition

This interview assessment has 13 questions that all focus on the students likes and desires.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

My Best Day Ever

This interview assessment has 13 questions that summarize a student’s dream day.         

Areas Assessed: Independent Living Skills

My Worst Day Ever

This interview assessment has 13 questions that summarize a student’s least desirable day.

Areas Assessed: Independent Living Skills

My Top Ten: cut, order, and glue

When provided with a list of 17 categories, the student selects the top 10, cuts them out, orders them and glues them to a paper. Then the student explains why the categories were chosen and specifically ordered.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

My Top Ten: highlighting

When provided with a list of 17 categories, the student selects the top 10 by highlighting them and then orders them by writing a number next to the categories. Then the student explains why the categories were chosen and specifically ordered.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Down the Road

This assessment is set up as a questionnaire and uses 14 questions to guide the student through what they plan to be doing in 15 years.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Money Management IEP transition

This assessment is set up as a questionnaire and uses 13 questions to discover the student’s finance plans.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Dealing with Crisis

This assessment uses 13 crisis scenarios to discover the student’s reaction to crisis situations and able to effectively handle life’s challenges.

Areas Assessed: Independent Living Skills

Job Path IEP transition

This job inventory assessment uses 13 questions the student about his or her desired job. The student can answer the questions or use research to complete the assessment.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills

All About Me IEP transition

This 3-page assessment contains categories including

  • I am able to
  • Subjects I enjoy
  • My educational goals are to
  • I hope to live
  • Personal qualities that I have are
  • I prefer to work

The assessment also includes “Strength, Average, Weakness, and Not sure” skill questions.

Each category is set up to allow the student to place a checkmark in front of the items that describe him or her.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Advice for Myself

Students are asked to think of advice they would give their younger self pertaining to 20 different topics including education, employment, and life skills.

          Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Crystal Ball IEP Transition

This assessment asks the student to pretend to gaze into a crystal ball and predict their future within different topics.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Make a Meal

This life skills assessment asks the student to plan a nutritious meal for themselves and their family 15 years in the future. The student must identify important parts of the cooking process including cost, necessary materials, represented food groups, and more.

Areas Assessed: Independent Living Skills

My Life Goals

Use this assessment to allow the student to select from a list of 50 common life goals. This is great for a fast assessment that covers education and career goals.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Shopping List

This 3-page assessments asks the students to choose essential items to buy for a new place they have just moved into. The assessment is a check list that allows the user to easily and quickly identify the items most important to them which creates a fast compilation for the teacher to insert into the IEP. I recommend using this assessment to document a student’s life skills and able to live independently.

Areas Assessed: Independent Living Skills

Resume Builder

This assessment helps the student build a resume. An editable (Microsoft PowerPoint or Apple Keynote) template is included along with an example and guide to assist the student in identifying the necessary information to include in their resume.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills

Job Shadowing IEP Transition Sheet

Help your student research about a job of interest to them and participate in a job shadowing. A three-page guide is used to help the student plan for the job shadowing, take notes during the event, and reflect afterwards. Use this guide to help plan for educational and career goals.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills

No Reading IEP Transition Assessments for Special Education – Picture Assessments for Students with Special Needs

Interest Inventory IEP transition

This interview assessment has 3 pages that can be used individually or as a group. Eight different categories explore the student’s likes and desires. Pictures represent all interests which allow the student to circle or color in his or her choices.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills

All About Me IEP transition assessment

This 3-page assessment contains categories including

  • I am able to
  • Subjects I enjoy
  • My educational goals are to
  • I hope to live
  • Personal qualities that I have are
  • I prefer to work

 

Each category is set up to allow the student to circle or color in the items that describe him or her.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Jobs Assessment with Smiley Faces

This interview assessment has 14 different job pictures and asks the student to circle or color in the face (happy, okay, or sad) that matches his or her feels about each job.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills

Activity Choices with Smiley Faces

This assessment asks the student look at 14 different activities and color in the face that matches his or her feels about each activity.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Independent Living Skills

Activities IEP transitionAssessment

This interview assessment has 12 different categories of assessments and asks the student to choose his or her favorite activity from a group of three related activities.  Pictures and words. support all questions.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Who Can Help?

This assessment shows the student a picture of a problem and prompts them to select the individual from a group of three pictures who can best help with the problem. This assessment displays 12 common problems to discover the student’s finance plans. A key is provided for quick grading.

Areas Assessed: Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

How Much Does This Cost?

Students look at common pictures and then circle in or color one of three prices to determine approximately how much money each item costs. This four-page assessment has a total of sixteen different items to match to prices. A key for easy grading is included. An editable version of this assessment will be provided in order to allow you to manipulate the cost and to adjust the unit of money if your student uses money other than dollars.

Areas Assessed: Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Parent Survey: Life Plan for My Student

This transition plan is useful to help parents define their goals for the students in all areas after schooling. The first three pages allow the guardians to apply a check to the areas that apply to their student. The final page gives the parent the opportunity to write out questions, thoughts, and comments that would be helpful to include in the transition plan.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Parent Questionnaire: Planning for the Future

This assessment is set up as a parent/guardian questionnaire and uses 18 questions to guide the parent through what the plan they envision for their student’s future. Each open-ended question includes a set of lines to allow the parents to write out their responses.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Parent Assessment: Letter of Intent IEP Transition

A “Letter of Intent” is a collection of a parent’s valuable knowledge about their student and their wishes for their student’s future when the guardian is no longer able to care for them and make important decisions. This assessment guides the parent/guardian through the process of recording this information and having a clear plan for their student’s future.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Specifically tailored to students with identified cognitive disabilities that qualifies them to receive an IEP including

  • Nonverbal and/or nonreaders
  • Multiple Disabilities
  • Orthopedic Impairment
  • Deaf or Hard of Hearing
  • Emotional Disability (ED)
  • Language/Speech Impairment
  • Mild Cognitive Disability
  • Moderate Cognitive Disability
  • Severe Cognitive Disability
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Other Health Impairment

Use the IEP transition planning pages for students of all ages to help with life skills and IEP goals.

Next, use the special education transition planning checklist to support special education teachers at every level.

Tailored for inclusion students, students with mild to moderate needs, and students with severe needs, this comprehensive checklist facilitates seamless information gathering for transition plans.

Elevate your approach to Special Education with a resource that’s equally adept at aiding Summary of Performance (SOPs) and evaluating present level of academic and functional performance (PLAAFP).

The IEP Transition Planning Checklists includes

  • 10 categories of planning for students with minimal needs (4 pages)
  • 10 categories of planning for students with mild to moderate needs (4 pages)
  • 10 categories of planning for students with severe needs (4 pages)
  • How to Directions

 

Streamline your planning process and empower your students for success.

These checklists are useful for middle school, junior high school, and high school students with disabilities.

Download your set of IEP transition assessments and start helping your students plan for the future.

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IEP Transition Assessments and Planning Pages

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Original price was: $19.98.Current price is: $17.99.

26 IEP transition assessments allow the special education teacher to chose text or picture based inquires to help make transition plans and IEP goals for life skills.

 

Description

This IEP Transition assessments for Special Education writing set includes 26 assessments for students with special education needs.

Sixteen (16) transition assessments created specifically for students seeking a high school diploma.

Ten (10) transition planning worksheets tailored to “non-readers” in secondary education and teachers servicing those individuals in a severe/moderate setting and is an ideal addition to IEPs (Individual Education Plans).

This assessment bundle provides the tools students need for career and vocational interest exploration.

Student and teacher friendly and fast by creation.

Available in printable pdfs or shareable Google Docs for students to type their answers onto.

IEP Transition Assessments for Diploma Track Students with Special Needs

Interest Inventory IEP transition

This interview assessment has 13 questions that all focus on the students likes and desires.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

My Best Day Ever

This interview assessment has 13 questions that summarize a student’s dream day.         

Areas Assessed: Independent Living Skills

My Worst Day Ever

This interview assessment has 13 questions that summarize a student’s least desirable day.

Areas Assessed: Independent Living Skills

My Top Ten: cut, order, and glue

When provided with a list of 17 categories, the student selects the top 10, cuts them out, orders them and glues them to a paper. Then the student explains why the categories were chosen and specifically ordered.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

My Top Ten: highlighting

When provided with a list of 17 categories, the student selects the top 10 by highlighting them and then orders them by writing a number next to the categories. Then the student explains why the categories were chosen and specifically ordered.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Down the Road

This assessment is set up as a questionnaire and uses 14 questions to guide the student through what they plan to be doing in 15 years.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Money Management IEP transition

This assessment is set up as a questionnaire and uses 13 questions to discover the student’s finance plans.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Dealing with Crisis

This assessment uses 13 crisis scenarios to discover the student’s reaction to crisis situations and able to effectively handle life’s challenges.

Areas Assessed: Independent Living Skills

Job Path IEP transition

This job inventory assessment uses 13 questions the student about his or her desired job. The student can answer the questions or use research to complete the assessment.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills

All About Me IEP transition

This 3-page assessment contains categories including

  • I am able to
  • Subjects I enjoy
  • My educational goals are to
  • I hope to live
  • Personal qualities that I have are
  • I prefer to work

The assessment also includes “Strength, Average, Weakness, and Not sure” skill questions.

Each category is set up to allow the student to place a checkmark in front of the items that describe him or her.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Advice for Myself

Students are asked to think of advice they would give their younger self pertaining to 20 different topics including education, employment, and life skills.

          Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Crystal Ball IEP Transition

This assessment asks the student to pretend to gaze into a crystal ball and predict their future within different topics.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Make a Meal

This life skills assessment asks the student to plan a nutritious meal for themselves and their family 15 years in the future. The student must identify important parts of the cooking process including cost, necessary materials, represented food groups, and more.

Areas Assessed: Independent Living Skills

My Life Goals

Use this assessment to allow the student to select from a list of 50 common life goals. This is great for a fast assessment that covers education and career goals.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Shopping List

This 3-page assessments asks the students to choose essential items to buy for a new place they have just moved into. The assessment is a check list that allows the user to easily and quickly identify the items most important to them which creates a fast compilation for the teacher to insert into the IEP. I recommend using this assessment to document a student’s life skills and able to live independently.

Areas Assessed: Independent Living Skills

Resume Builder

This assessment helps the student build a resume. An editable (Microsoft PowerPoint or Apple Keynote) template is included along with an example and guide to assist the student in identifying the necessary information to include in their resume.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills

Job Shadowing IEP Transition Sheet

Help your student research about a job of interest to them and participate in a job shadowing. A three-page guide is used to help the student plan for the job shadowing, take notes during the event, and reflect afterwards. Use this guide to help plan for educational and career goals.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills

No Reading IEP Transition Assessments for Special Education – Picture Assessments for Students with Special Needs

Interest Inventory IEP transition

This interview assessment has 3 pages that can be used individually or as a group. Eight different categories explore the student’s likes and desires. Pictures represent all interests which allow the student to circle or color in his or her choices.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills

All About Me IEP transition assessment

This 3-page assessment contains categories including

  • I am able to
  • Subjects I enjoy
  • My educational goals are to
  • I hope to live
  • Personal qualities that I have are
  • I prefer to work

 

Each category is set up to allow the student to circle or color in the items that describe him or her.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Jobs Assessment with Smiley Faces

This interview assessment has 14 different job pictures and asks the student to circle or color in the face (happy, okay, or sad) that matches his or her feels about each job.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills

Activity Choices with Smiley Faces

This assessment asks the student look at 14 different activities and color in the face that matches his or her feels about each activity.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Independent Living Skills

Activities IEP transitionAssessment

This interview assessment has 12 different categories of assessments and asks the student to choose his or her favorite activity from a group of three related activities.  Pictures and words. support all questions.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Who Can Help?

This assessment shows the student a picture of a problem and prompts them to select the individual from a group of three pictures who can best help with the problem. This assessment displays 12 common problems to discover the student’s finance plans. A key is provided for quick grading.

Areas Assessed: Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

How Much Does This Cost?

Students look at common pictures and then circle in or color one of three prices to determine approximately how much money each item costs. This four-page assessment has a total of sixteen different items to match to prices. A key for easy grading is included. An editable version of this assessment will be provided in order to allow you to manipulate the cost and to adjust the unit of money if your student uses money other than dollars.

Areas Assessed: Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Parent Survey: Life Plan for My Student

This transition plan is useful to help parents define their goals for the students in all areas after schooling. The first three pages allow the guardians to apply a check to the areas that apply to their student. The final page gives the parent the opportunity to write out questions, thoughts, and comments that would be helpful to include in the transition plan.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Parent Questionnaire: Planning for the Future

This assessment is set up as a parent/guardian questionnaire and uses 18 questions to guide the parent through what the plan they envision for their student’s future. Each open-ended question includes a set of lines to allow the parents to write out their responses.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Parent Assessment: Letter of Intent IEP Transition

A “Letter of Intent” is a collection of a parent’s valuable knowledge about their student and their wishes for their student’s future when the guardian is no longer able to care for them and make important decisions. This assessment guides the parent/guardian through the process of recording this information and having a clear plan for their student’s future.

Areas Assessed: Employment Skills, Education/Training Skills, Independent Living Skills

Specifically tailored to students with identified cognitive disabilities that qualifies them to receive an IEP including

  • Nonverbal and/or nonreaders
  • Multiple Disabilities
  • Orthopedic Impairment
  • Deaf or Hard of Hearing
  • Emotional Disability (ED)
  • Language/Speech Impairment
  • Mild Cognitive Disability
  • Moderate Cognitive Disability
  • Severe Cognitive Disability
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Other Health Impairment

Use the IEP transition planning pages for students of all ages to help with life skills and IEP goals.

Next, use the special education transition planning checklist to support special education teachers at every level.

Tailored for inclusion students, students with mild to moderate needs, and students with severe needs, this comprehensive checklist facilitates seamless information gathering for transition plans.

Elevate your approach to Special Education with a resource that’s equally adept at aiding Summary of Performance (SOPs) and evaluating present level of academic and functional performance (PLAAFP).

The IEP Transition Planning Checklists includes

  • 10 categories of planning for students with minimal needs (4 pages)
  • 10 categories of planning for students with mild to moderate needs (4 pages)
  • 10 categories of planning for students with severe needs (4 pages)
  • How to Directions

 

Streamline your planning process and empower your students for success.

These checklists are useful for middle school, junior high school, and high school students with disabilities.

Download your set of IEP transition assessments and start helping your students plan for the future.

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