Transition IEP: A Self-guided Tutorial on What You Need to Know to Write Quality, Compliant Transition IEPsThis self-paced training from the Indiana Secondary Transition Resource Center guides users with information, instructions, and examples as they learn how to write quality and compliant Transition IEPs.Writing Compliant Transition IEPs
‘Understanding the Transition IEP Process: Ensuring Quality and Compliance’
Each year the Indiana Secondary Transition Resource Center conducts regional trainings to discuss the Transition IEP process. This year INSTRC offered an additional opportunity to listen to the presentation as a webinar. Over 400 educators from across the state were able to participate in either the onsite training or the webinar.
If you were not able to attend (or for those of you who want to share it with others), here’s the link to the 90-minute webinar - Understanding the Transition IEP Process: Ensuring Quality and Compliance, which was presented by Teresa Grossi, Ph.D., and Joni Schmalzried, Ed.D.https://connect.iu.edu/p7s16abife1/
We have also attached a document with answers to questions that were asked throughout the training sessions.
As always, let us know if you have any additional questionsResource Collections—For You!
Hopefully, you’ve now had a few minutes to take a look at the new Indiana Secondary Transition Resource Center (INSTRC) website? You haven’t?! Go check it out now: https://instrc.indiana.edu/
Today, we want to draw your attention to one of the navigation tabs across the top, that third one from the left that reads Resource Collections. Or click here: https://instrc.indiana.edu/resource-collections/index.html This is a new feature on the website. These are the “buckets” into which we’ve sorted some of our more popular resources.
For instance, let’s say you have a new teacher on staff. She or he might take a look at the resources in both Writing Quality IEPs and Professionals New to Transition. Need health resources specific to adolescents with disabilities? We’ve got ‘em!
The Resource Collections are also just a quick way to find the resources you use often. The new INSTRC gives you many ways to search—e.g., enter a topic into the search bar on the home page, click the video box on the Resource Search page, type the name of a resource into the search bar on that page, or find what you need in Resource Collections.