Age Appropriate Transition Assessment: A Process of Asking and Answering Questions


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Age Appropriate Transition Assessment should be a thoughtful and planned process that is individualized for each student. Teams may struggle at times as they determine what information to gather and how to gather the needed data. Learn about a simple, yet effective, process that a team can adopt to identify the focus of the needed AATA by developing important questions and determining how those questions can best be answered.

  1. Age Appropriate Transition Assessment Team Planning Guide
  2. Collecting and Analyzing Youth Performance Data
  3. The Job Seekers Guide to Discovery
  4. JobTIPS
  5. Transition Coalition : Transition Assessment Learning Module