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Ed Resources Ohio - Transition

Find information and resources to assist with transition planning.

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Backward Planning Tool

Download the Backward Planning Chart from EdResourcesOhio.

Backwards Planning Tool
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My Life - Transition Assessment

Download the "My Life" transition planning tool to use with individual student planning.

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Indicator 13 - Examples/Nonexamples

Use the Indicator 13 case studies from the NSTTAC Web site.

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Indicator 13 Checklist

Use the checklist to review the postsecondary transition planning components of the IEP.

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Transition Assessment Library

Find Age Appropriate Transition Assessments.

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Ohio Means Jobs Website

Ohio's no-cost, career planning system for students, teachers and school counselors.

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Quick Book of Assessments

A variety of transition assessments to assist with transition planning.

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Transition Considerations Checklist

A checklist of considerations for transition planning.

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Transition Activities

Examples of Coordinated Set of Activites

Ideas for transition services and activites.

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After six years of development, the new on-line Transition Assessment and Goal Generator (TAGG) is ready for use and can be obtained at https://tagg.ou.edu/tagg.

Using non-academic behaviors research identified as being associated with post-school employment and further education of former high school students with mild to moderate disabilities, the TAGG identifies students’ strengths and needs, provides a written summary, and generates individualized annual transition goals matched to Common Core standards, which can all be copied and placed in the transition section of students’ IEPs.

The TAGG is an appropriate transition assessment for secondary-aged students with mild to moderate disabilities who plan to become employed and/or enrolled in further education after high school graduation.

The TAGG has three parallel versions: Professional, Student, and Family.

The instructions and items are presented in English, English audio, and American Sign Language videos. In the coming months Spanish, Simple Chinese, and translations into other languages will be available.

TAGG constructs and items derive from research-identified non-academic behaviors associated with post high school employment and education of former high school students with mild to moderate disabilities. TAGG results provide a norm-referenced graphic profile, present level of performance statement, lists of strengths and needs, and suggested individualized IEP annual transition goals, which can be copied and pasted directly into educational planning documents. The complex scoring algorithms are automatically calculated to produce the TAGG profile. Go to https://tagg.ou.edu/tagg/ to read About the TAGG and the Technical Manual to learn more about the TAGG development process and validity evidence.

Watch a short video explaining the TAGG at http://youtu.be/8frNGvi6ltg

The TAGG costs $3 per set, which includes one TAGG-Professional, TAGG-Student, and TAGG-Family version. Payment can be made by credit card or purchase order. Purchased TAGG credits may to be transferred to other registered TAGG users and will remain active for 7 years. TAGG result profiles can be accessed for seven years. All information is kept on secure high-speed severs which are backed-up daily.

Support from a Goal 5 Assessment Grant from the Institute of Education Sciences' National Center for Special Education Research combined with funds provided by the OU Zarrow Center’s endowment supported TAGG development and collecting validity evidence.

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Special Education Contacts

For information and resources realted to special education contact:

Post-Secondary Transition UDL Consultant
Cherie Smith

419-739-0170

Extended Standards PBIS Consultant
Tiffini Flugga

419-739-0166

Alternate Assessment, Extended Standards, Special Education Lead Consultant
Caryn Timmerman

419-739-0169

Early Learning and School Readiness Consultant
Michele Bambauer

419-739-0165

Family and Community Engagement Consultant
Kim Moritz

419-739-0167