Tuesday, June 25, 2019 | 9:30-10:30 a.m.
Post-School Survey Overview: Roles and Resources
Elaine Marcinek and Jay Shepherd, CCTS
If you’re new to the Post-School Survey or just in need of a refresher, this session will cover the essential information educators and administrators need to navigate the annual survey. We’ll review a year-round calendar of survey-related activities, define user roles within the data collection platform, and explore the resource materials available on the CCTS website and in Google Drive.
Technology and Transition: What Should IEP Teams be Considering?
Kristin Leslie, Special Education Technology Center
Assistive technology consideration in the transition years involves the IEP team as well as people from different programs, buildings, and agencies working together to ensure continuity. Teaching the student self-advocacy throughout the consideration process builds skills that can extend into higher education and job settings. Planning for the use of real-world technology and documenting the plan is likely to ensure that the student has access to meaningful technology tools beyond the high school years.
DVR and DDA: Services and Resources Available to Students
Michele Mulhern, DVR and Terry Redmon, DDA
An overview of the processes and services that are provided by DSHS Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and DSHS Developmental Disabilities Administration. Information will be shared about the eligibility criteria, definitions, and available services for both programs.
Student-Led IEPs: The Difference
Ed Ashworth, Ande Chapman, and Carrie Stokes, Okanagan School District
Okanogan School District started Student-Led IEPs during the 2018-2019 school year. Hear from teachers, students, and program administrators as they share the amazing difference it has made in this rural high school.
T-Folio: An Introduction and Exploration
Kris Hirschmann, CCTS
T-Folio is a free online transition curriculum developed by CCTS. Participants will be introduced to the components of the T-Folio and have the opportunity to explore the site.