The Results-Oriented Process of Transition. Tom Laign Transition Services Coordinator Socorro ISD. IDEA 2004. Changes outcome-oriented process to results-oriented process Meaning of results-oriented. Results-Oriented?. Rush Limbaugh Business. Examples of Results-Orientation.
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The Results-Oriented Process of Transition Tom Laign Transition Services Coordinator Socorro ISD
IDEA 2004 • Changes outcome-oriented process to results-oriented process • Meaning of results-oriented
Results-Oriented? • Rush Limbaugh • Business
Examples of Results-Orientation • From business • From school
Results-Oriented Process? • These three words not commonly used in business. • Discovered process-orientation
Process-Orientation • Process orientation is the other widely-used business philosophy • Meaning
Examples of Process-Orientation • From business • From school
Results-Orientation and Transition • Post-secondary goals • Graduation • SPP indicator compliance • Defined student interests and preferences
Process-Orientation and Transition • Implementing coordinated set of activities, including course of study • Moving students towards graduation • Implementing corrective action for non-compliance on SPP indicators • Programs that support student needs
Results-Orientation vs.Process-Orientation • Two competing business philosophies • Is one more important than the other?
Examples of Process-Orientation Leading the Path to Results • BIPs • Mobility Training • Process-orientation relies on staff performance
Examples of Results-Orientation Leading the Path to a Process • Student Needs • Student Interest and Preferences • Results-orientation focuses on student performance
Transition Services • Designed to be within a results-oriented process • Merges results-orientation and process-orientation
Transition Services • The process of transition services is dependent upon student need and controlled by staff. • When process-oriented problems arise, attention is best given first to staff.
Transition Services • The results obtained through transition services benefits the student and is ultimately controlled by the student. • When results are not obtained, attention is best given first to the student.
Transition Services • Does the process drive the result, or does the result drive the process?
Contact Information Tom Laign Transition Services Coordinator Department of Special Education Socorro Independent School District 12300 Eastlake El Paso, Texas 79928 (915) 937-1888 Fax (915) 851-7935 firstname.lastname@example.org