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What are examples of age-appropriate transition assessments?

What are examples of age-appropriate transition assessments?

Educational:
individualized, classroom, grade or schoolwide academic assessments, observational reports by teachers, employers, and parents.

Employment: readiness skills, vocational interest, functional skills, life skills, rating scales of employability, structured assessments in home, community, and work settings.

Training: self-determination scales, Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB), vocational readiness, work adjustment ratings, and personal-social skills.

Independent Living Skills (if appropriate): activities of daily living assessment, independent living behaviors, assistive technology needs, employment readiness.

 Assessments may be formal and/or informal and are determined by student need. They may also overlap areas.  Many of these assessments may already be used in your school.



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