Full course description
About this Course
In this course, we will share all of the required components for a compliant transition section and we'll help you understand how to effectively use AATA to write meaningful service activities that support student's post-secondary goals. The course is divided into separate modules which are best viewed in order. Within each module, there will be a video to watch, resource handouts, and a reflection question. You'll want to have the resources handy to maximize your learning.
Credit: 5 Contact Hours
Course Type: Self-paced Online Course
Course Level: Apprentice through Expert
Target Audience: Secondary Special Education Teachers, Special Ed Directors, Supervisors, Leads, related service providers, other special education personnel
Expected Learning Outcomes
Participants will be able to:
- Participants will understand the required components of quality postsecondary goals
- Participants will understand the required components of AATA (PINS)
- Participants will understand the required components of transition service activities
- Participants will be able to evaluate their transition sections using Indicator 13 checklist
Meet the Instructors
Helen Brophy is a Special Education Consultant with a Transition to Work Endorsement for State Support State Team 8. Helen’s role involves all aspects of Special Education. She provides professional development, coaching and support to districts and staff. She provides support for districts during State reviews, as well as training in Internal Monitoring for best practices that will provide positive outcomes for districts and students.
Dee Dee Howes has been a special educator for over 23 years. Before joining SST8, Dee Dee was an Intervention Specialist across all grade levels, a special education supervisor, and a director. She specializes in compliance, instructional and behavioral intervention for students of low incidence, communication, and all other areas of service delivery. Dee Dee is passionate about helping other educators meet the needs of diverse learners.