Connecting Outcomes, Goals, and Objectives in Transition Planning

Steere, Daniel E.; Cavaiuolo, Domenico
July 2002
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jul/Aug2002, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p54
Academic Journal
Discusses the importance of connecting outcomes, goals and objectives when planning disabled students' transition from school to postschool life. Helping students see the reason for their efforts; Motivation to continue their education; Satisfaction and quality of life as adults. INSETS: Transition Through the Years;Self--Determination Skills;Questions to Enhance the Quality of Transition IEPs.


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