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5:00 pm
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Secondary Transition 101 Session 3:  Parts of the Transition Plan (Con't)
Secondary Transition 101 is comprised of four seminar sessions, each focusing on a different aspect of the Secondary Transition process. This online professional development series will be offered three times this fall. It is designed to build special educators’ capacity to develop and implement high-quality Individualized Transition Plans (ITPs) for transition-age youth. The series includes an emphasis on virtual transition planning, assessments, & services to accommodate individual needs during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.  Participants will get the opportunity to try out some online tools to support student transition programming, while maintaining a safe social distance. These online sessions are hosted in collaboration with SchoolTalk, Inc. and the Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE).

You will receive 2 PLUs for each module you complete.

Session 3:  Parts of the Transition Plan Pt .2

Participants will:
o    draft individualized post-secondary & annual transition goals based on age-appropriate transition assessments
o    identify (distance learning and in-person) transition services and course of study to help students meet transition goals


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Because this webinar will be hosted using the Zoom platform, you must also register within Zoom using the link provided.  

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email from Zoom containing a unique “join link” for you to use. There will also be an option to add this event to your calendar (Outlook, iCalendar, etc.) with the “join link” embedded.
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Jennifer Carpenter
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3:30 pm-5:00 pm
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