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This Middle School Transition Kit helps prepare students for the difficult transition to middle school. It teaches about changing classes, study strategies, locker, working with different teachers, and more. It can be used with students the year before they transition, or for students just beginning
Hey SLPs! It's almost the end of the school year! You know what that means? Middle School transition time! One worksheet: summary for students to fill out and bottom portion for SLPs. Every year I spend a few hours meeting with the middle school SLP explaining the in and outs of all of my student
Building relationships is so important! Get to know your students with this editable student interest inventory! This resource includes digital and printable versions, as well as editable templates.These inventories have been so valuable in my classroom every year! I am always surprised to learn m
Do you want to make your IEP writing life easier? Are you a new special educator and don't know where to start when writing your own IEP goals and objectives? Do you want some new goals for the school year? I made this product to help out all special educators write their IEPs! This document con
Transition Planning Portfolio is created to support students with IEPs transition from middle to high school. I have also used this with other grades to help with the transition from one year to the next. The portfolio includes: • A Student Portfolio cover page • A Strengths, Needs, and Strategies
We hold a transition meeting in January for our students who will be leaving us for middle school in the fall. Typically, the parents, the classroom teacher, IEP team, and, if possible, the new middle school teacher are invited to attend. Prior to our meeting, we arrange a tour of the middle school
This zipped file includes a pdf of the Learning Strategies standards for Florida and 102 posters of the standards in "I can" format for you to post in your classroom as your learning goals.The standards are:US.PK12.CL.1.1b: Apply skills and strategies, such as decoding multisyllabic words; analyzing
This worksheet is designed to easily gather student input for transition IEPs regarding education, employment, and independent living goals. Aligns with Enrich and other programs.Includes a link to an editable Google Doc.
With some support, students of any age can contribute to and/or lead their IEP meeting. This toolkit gives students a voice in their educational plan and builds self-determination skills. This folder includes a Slides presentation template for students/teachers to complete, a Google Form which will
Transition 2 Life (T2L) is a self-directed program providing mild- to moderately-affected special needs students with the skills they need to transition into adulthood and you the curriculum you need to meet federal mandates and Indicator 13 requirements. It is highly appropriate for independent stu
*NOTE: THIS RESOURCE HAS BEEN UPDATED FOR 2019-2020. The instructional content has not been changed in the update. The main change is that specific dates have been removed and replaced with numbered weeks in each quarter. Quarters were also evened out to 4 quarters that are exactly 9 weeks each
This packet is tailored to secondary education students and educators and is an ideal addition to IEPs (Individual Education Plans). This assessment bundle is differentiated and provides the tools students need for career and vocational interest exploration. Cutely designed and created to be stude
IEP Counseling Forms and Aids is everything you need to keep up with your IEP Counseling and progress monitoring. The counseling forms help to track your counseling session topics and meetings and the tracking forms help with progress monitoring. All record keeping and tracking forms are editable
NEWLY UPDATED!!! This product now includes a Goal Builder Explanation. It also includes a preview of goals for our new product Speech and Language High School IEP Goal Bank-2nd Edition!!!!!!This is a great resource to assist you in writing those IEP goals! These are our go-to goals for our high sch
Learning about your IEP This product is targeted for grades 5-12th. Thank you for your interest in this product. I believe that self-awareness is a key to change and as our students get older, it is important for them to understand themselves as learners and begin to advocate for their needs. This p
*HUGE UPDATE: May 2nd, 2019*I'm not quite convinced that many high school students know exactly what they want to do after high school graduation, let alone students of the middle school age. Gathering IEP transition information for a student just turning 14, or even of actual transition age, can be
This Google Form makes writing IEPs, (including the general considerations section, transition plan, and transition goals), simpler than ever! Since it's a digital form, it's a huge time saver, useful for all learning environments, including remote learning. No more wasted paper! No more hard-to-rea
Special Education meetings can be intimidating, especially for the student! Beginning in middle school, students can be a part of their IEP meetings. Make that transition a little easier and less overwhelming with this predictable visual schedule. Each part of the meeting is laid out and explai
This PDF printable bundle includes 5 differentiated transition word lists for grades 3-4, 5-6, 7-8, 9-12, and college level students. These lists can be used for expository, persuasive, or narrative writing and are a great asset for students with an IEP. The lists are not labeled by grade level, tha
The A-B-C Self-Advocacy IEP Goal Kit For use with students diagnosed with ADD, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder or students who struggle with the executive functioning skills necessary to be successful in the school setting and beyond. Included in the A-B-C-Self Advocacy Goal Kit are three, comprehe
I developed this packet to address comprehension and transition goals for my middle school speech therapy students. This helps me gather transition information for my IEPs. It could also be used in the classroom setting. I hope you find it an engaging and functional lesson as well! This set target
This survey is to help middle schoolers/incoming 9th graders with developing a long-range plan (plan for transition) that is developed at their transition IEP. You will receive:* PDF, ready-to-print version * Google Docs version, for posting on Google Classroom.* Google Forms version, for posting on
Once students turn 14 they are invited to their IEP meeting and take on more of an active/vocal role. They also start planning for their life after high school - otherwise known as transition. However, when I was an elementary learning support teacher, I felt like my students should have a voice in
**RUBRIC INCLUDED!The following 4 page handout introduces students to the procedural writing component of the Writing strand of the Language Arts Ontario Curriculum for Grades 6-8. The first and second page of the handout:- introduces the concept of procedural writing and where students can find it

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