Writing Effective Transition Plans
- CCTS’s offers asynchronous training on Writing Effective Transition Plans through a series of eleven PowerPoint modules.
- This training is also offered through eLearning for Educators. Register directly with eLearning to access this training and earn clock hours.
- Identify and describe the components of transition planning.
- Explore and identify online assessments and related resources to support student centered transition development.
- Determine the presence or absence of transition components within an IEP.
- Identify transition practices you will implement to build meaningful transition plans and maximize student participation.
- Each training module includes a PowerPoint presentation with accompanying workbook activities.
- In your own time, review PowerPoint presentations on your own or with a group.
- Complete activities in the WETP Workbook.
- Expect to spend 30-40 minutes per module, including activities.
Materials needed for each module
- Instrucitonal PowerPoint or PDF file
- WETP Workbook
- An IEP with transition services (your own)
Training module materials (available in Google Drive)
Materials for all modules are located in the WETP Training Materials Google Drive folder. Links to individual module folders are included below.
You will also need to access the WETP Workbook.
- Module 1: Introduction
- Module 2: Age-Appropriate Transition Assessments
- Module 3: Assessments for High-Incidence Disabilities
- Module 4: Assessments for Low-Incidence Disabilities
- Module 5: Synthesizing Assessment Results
- Module 6: Postsecondary Goals
- Module 7: Identify Transition Services
- Module 8: Course of Study
- Module 9: Annual Goals
- Module 10: Agency Connections
- Module 11: Resources and Wrap-up
Join the CCTS Transition Network on Basecamp
- CCTS invites all Washington educators, administrators, and agency representatives to join us on Basecamp, an online communication platform.
- Training participants are encouraged to join the CCTS Transition Network on Basecamp to share thoughts, questions, ideas, and recommendations related to transition