Secondary Transition and SPP Indicator 13 Requirements
This webinar on Secondary Transition and SPP Indicator 13 Requirements reviews the basic components of secondary transition planning for students with disabilities.
The webinar has been recorded in sections or chapters, as delineated below, to support districts in quickly and easily accessing desired information such as the legal framework, findings of non-compliance, the Indicator 13 Checklist and Data Verification Rubric, minimum compliance requirements by item, resources and/or contact information for the SPP Indicator 13 Team.
|PowerPoint Presentation||The webinar references a number of links to additional information and resources to support district personnel however, these links are not “live” via the webinar. Therefore, the accompanying PowerPoint Presentation includes the additional websites and resources via hyperlink and the notes pages for each slide which include the webinar narrative as well as additional examples for the Indicator 13 requirements.
NOTE: Double-click on the orange 'bubble' icon in the upper left hand corner of page 51 to view presenter's note.
|Secondary Transition Training||Complete Training Video (1:04:00)|
|Seondary Transition Introduction||Introduction including: the legal framework, Indicator 13 measurement details, information about findings of non-compliance, the Indicator 13 Data Verification Audit and the Data Verification Rubric (12:35)|
|Segment/Rubric 1||Measurable Post-Secondary Goals (6:13)|
|Segment/Rubric 2||Updating Post-Secondary Goals Annually (1:15)|
|Segment/Rubric 3||Transition Assessments (4:13)|
|Segment/Rubric 4||Transition Services (6:18)|
|Segment/Rubric 5||Course of Study (3:21)|
|Segment/Rubric 6||Annual Goals (4:27)|
|Segment/Rubric 7||Inviting Students (1:20)|
|Segment/Rubric 8||Inviting Outside Agencies (7:16)|
|Segment/Rubric 9||Next Steps for a Findings of Non-Compliance (2:12)|
|Segment/Rubric 10||Conclusion including: resources, transition planning flowchart, and Indicator 13 team members contact information (5:32)|