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202C: Using Assessment to Write Rigorous Annual Goals to Improve Student Outcomes
Presented by: Kacy Little Owl, Transition Coordinator, Weld Re8/3J School District
Transition assessment is key in providing meaningful information of individual student preferences, interests and needs. Data collected through assessment is the golden thread in the transition process and provides a foundation for developing student-driven, post school and annual goals designed to empower students through services and activities. Best practices incorporated throughout the goal setting process work to meet student needs, enable student involvement and better prepare youth in the areas of academic and/or functional achievement and postsecondary readiness. This session will explore the process of using data derived through the ongoing steps of transition assessment to set high expectations and write rigorous annual goals to improve student outcomes.
- Identify the purpose of transition assessment to identify relevant post-school goals in the areas of Career/Employment, Education/Training and Independent Living.
- How to use meaningful data collected through Transition Assessment to set high expectations and write measurable annual goals to support growth towards post-school goals.
- PowerPoint Slides - Using Assessment to Write Rigorous Annual Goals to Improve Student Outcomes (PPT)
Available after TLI
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