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Overview

This book covers the transition of individuals with mild to severe disabilities from a school-age program to all aspects of adult life.

The text addresses not only the transition of students with disabilities to employment, but also the transition to future living and post-secondary educational environments. Self-determination, interpersonal, and community integration knowledge and skills are integrated throughout. Transition Education and Services for Students with Disabilities builds upon the success of past editions and continues to expand content to include students with severe disabilities and students at the elementary and middle school levels. This text addresses the ideal and the real in terms of the relationship of the field of transition education and services to the standards-based reform movement in education. This book is intended for use by those in pre-service education programs at the undergraduate and graduate level, as well as those currently teaching in secondary special education programs and/or providing transition education and services.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780135056080
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 4/15/2009
  • Series: Pearson Custom Education Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 206,735
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface

1 Education and Transition Services in Perspective

Historical Overview

Transition Services–Assumptions and Model

Conclusion

2 Legislation Foundations

Special Education

Rehabilitation and Civil Rights

Career and Technical Education

Workforce Training

Education Reform

Conclusion

3 Students and Families: Key Participants

Demographics

Students and Families: Choice and Participation

Conclusion

4 Assessment for Transition

Education and Services

Overview of Transition Assessment

Transition Assessment and Standards-Based Reform

Alternate Assessment

Methods of Gathering Assessment Information on the Individual

Methods of Assessing Potential Environments

Tying Assessment into Transition Planning

Issues to Consider When Conducting Assessments

Recommendations for Transition Assessment

Conclusion


5 Transition in Early Childhood through Middle School: Laying the Foundation

Betty Amos

Transition in Early Childhood through Middle School

Transition Education and Curriculum–Grades K-9

Conclusion

6 Instructional Strategies for

Transition Education

Mary E. Cronin, Sassy C. Wheeler, and Melanie Forstall Lemoine

Integrating Transition Goals and the IEP

Teaching in Inclusive Settings

Teaching Learning Strategies and Study Skills

Integration of Technology

Application of Academic Content to Real-Life Situations

Teaching Community Skills

Conclusion

7 Transition to Employment

Importance of Work-Based Learning

Content for Instruction

Principles and Approaches to Delivering Work-Based Learning

Program Models for Delivering Work-Based Learning

Issues in Preparing Students for Transition to Employment

Conclusion

8 Job Placement, Training, and Supervision

Job Development

Legal Aspects of Work-Based Learning

Steps in Placement and Supervision

Individualized Planning for Transition to Employment

Conclusion

9 Transition to Postsecondary Education

General Information on Postsecondary Education

for Individuals with Disabilities

Skills Needed in Postsecondary Education Programs

Suggested Instructional Strategies and Services at the

Secondary and Postsecondary Levels

Information and Documentation Required by

Postsecondary Programs

Gathering the Information Needed by Postsecondary Programs

Conclusion

10 Transition to Living in the Community

Living in the Community–An Elusive Goal

Affordable Housing

Funding Housing Through Agencies

Knowledge and Skill Domains

Matching Students to Housing Options

Conclusion

11 School-Based and Community-Based Resources:

Linkages and Referrals

School-Based Resources

Community-Based Resources

Conclusion

12 Where Do We Go From Here?

Our Recommendations

Conclusion

References

Appendixes

4A Community Analysis

4B Vocational Training Analysis

4C Job Site Analysis

8A Summary of Child Labor Laws

8B Exploration Agreement

8C Training Agreement

8D Exploration/Training Plan

9A Summary of Postsecondary Living, Learning, and Working

9B Support for Accommodation Request

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