ESE 0999 Phoenix Transitional Plan



Assignment #3: Digital Presentation on Transition Plans

Before a student with a disability can make the transition from school to adult independent living, he/she must accomplish much more than the developmental task of employability with a living wage. The following topics must be addressed in your assignment:

Describe the significant coping behaviors that an individual must acquire in order to make a successful transition from school to the world of work.

Research and identify a national (Job Corps is a nationally) and a state program (Miami Dade County Public School’s Project Victory) available to assist students with disabilities that enable them to make the transition from school to the world of work. (CEC 6. Professional Learning and Ethical Practice – 6.2 Understanding how foundational knowledge and current issues influence professional practice)

Based on your research findings, select a nationally known transition-related program, other than one used in your school district. Describe the program in detail, including statistics on its rate of success. Also, include information on the student population for whom this program was designed and how the program addresses the coping behaviors needed.

(CEC 6. Professional Learning and Ethical Practice – 6.2 Understanding how foundational knowledge and current issues influence professional practice; 6.3 Understanding how complex human issues can interact with the delivery of specialeducation services) Additionally, compare the nationally known program you selected and described with the one that is used in your school district. Compare the following aspects of the two programs: (1) strategies used to help students with disabilities move from school to employment; (2) population served; (3) implementation concerns (i.e., personnel requirements, scheduling, parental involvement); and (4) its rate of success in the community. Summarize the similarities and differences, as well as the advantages and disadvantages between the two programs.

(CEC 6. Professional Learning and Ethical Practice – 6.2 Understanding how foundational knowledge and current issues influence professional practice)

Develop a digital presentation (i.e., Wiki, PowerPoint, Prezi Web page). The presentation is intended to provide a summary of your findings on transition plans with colleagues at a faculty meeting. After completing the presentation, share it with at least two teacher colleagues to assess the presentation’s message. Include a copy of the presentation with your submission. Include a reflection with your submission on the presentation of the information, its strengths, weaknesses, changes you may make in the future, etc. Include your takeaway from conducting this research on transition.

(CEC 5. Instructional Planning and Strategies – 5.2 Using technologies to support instructional assessment, planning, and teaching; 5.5 Implementing a variety of education and transition plans in collaboration with others; CEC 6. Professional Learning and Ethical Practice – 6.5 Engaging in advocacy and mentoring activities, 6.6 Providing guidance and direction to staff and volunteers; CEC 7.Collaboration – 7.1 Using the theory and elements of effective collaboration, 7.2 Serving as a collaborative resource to colleagues, 7.3 Using collaboration to promote the well-being of individuals with exceptionalities)

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