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  1. 2013-2014Professional Learning CommunityTransition Team (T2) Carol Schneider BJ Schoonmaker Julie LaRosa

  2. T2 SMART GOAL Prevocational opportunities will be presented to all students to prepare them to be work and career ready as they exit school.

  3. http://www.lohp.org/docs/pubs/workerswithdisabilities/staying-safe-at-work.pdfhttp://www.lohp.org/docs/pubs/workerswithdisabilities/staying-safe-at-work.pdf Staying Safe at Work Teaching Workers with Disabilities About Health & Safety on the Job

  4. Find the Hazards- Janitorial Work • Chemicals • Bending • Stooping • Unsafe ladder • Unlabeled containers • Slippery floors • Pressure to work fast • Repeating movements • Electrical Hazards • Machinery • Vibration • Biological hazards • Working at night/violence

  5. New York State Alternate Assessment (NYSAA) • 2013-2014 new test design with requirements that reflect the updated assessment • A datafolio-style assessment • Students with severe cognitive disabilities demonstrate performance toward achieving the New York State P-12 Common Core Learning Standards in Core Subjects • Eligibility determined by the Committee on Special Education (CSE) • Student performance: direct observation and documentation • Secondary level NYSAA administered when student becomes 17-18years of age (high school)

  6. Changes to NYSAA Alignedto the P-12 NYS Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) in ELA and mathematics Teachers can no longer modify an existing Assessment Task or create their own. Each of 5 Standardsare assessed for ELA and mathematics Each of 2 Standardsare assessed in science and social studies In addition to Level of Accuracy, Level of Complexity addedto the NYSAA test design for all content areas (less complex, middle, more complex) Baseline Data Point: Baseline threshold cannot exceed 74% for Level of Accuracy Final Data Point: Administered at least 15 school days after the baseline

  7. ELAOral Presentation RubricExample

  8. NYS Post Secondary Exit Summary • Mandatedto provide a student with a disability with a summary of the student’s academic achievement and functional performance, which must include recommendations on how to assist the student in meeting his or her postsecondary goals.  • For technical assistance on the Student Exit Summary and transition planning and services contact your Regional Transition Coordination Sites at: http://www.p12.nysed.gov/specialed/transition/tcslist.htm

  9. NYS Post Secondary Exit Summary • Student skills, strengths, and interests • Community/work based learning experiences • Academic performance as measured by NYSAA • Achievements, awards, and honors

  10. NYS Post Secondary Exit Summary Career Development • Knowledgeable about the world of work Integrated learning • Application of academic knowledge and skills to school, community, and home settings Universal Foundation Skills • Basic Skills • Thinking Skills • Personal Qualities • Interpersonal Skills • Technology • Managing Information • Managing Resources • Systems

  11. NYS Post Secondary Exit Summary Recommendations to Assist Student to Meet Post- Secondary Goals Education/Training Goal Employment Goal Independent Living Goal

  12. NYS Post Secondary Exit SummarySupports • Accommodations • Assistive Technology/Adaptive Equipment • Environmental Supports • Further Skill Development • Adult Agencies Referrals/Contacts

  13. NYS Post Secondary Exit SummaryExamples Systems Follows daily schedule and routines

  14. NYS Post Secondary Exit SummaryExamples Systems Follows daily schedule and routines

  15. NYS Post Secondary Exit SummaryExamples Manages Information Pre-vocational Rubric Interpersonal Skills Accepts directions from authority figures Thinking Skills Solves routine problems

  16. NYS Post Secondary Exit SummaryExamples Managing Information Accesses information from a variety of sources

  17. NYS Post Secondary Exit SummaryExamples Technology Identifies the correct tool/technology necessary to complete a given task

  18. NYS Post Secondary Exit SummaryExamples Basic Skills Functional Math Skills

  19. NYS Post Secondary Exit SummaryExamples Basic Skills Reading

  20. NYS Post Secondary Exit SummaryExamples Career Development

  21. NYS Post Secondary Exit SummaryExamples Career Development Identifies accommodations needed for post secondary success

  22. NYS Post Secondary Exit SummaryExamples Integrated Learning Work based learning experiences

  23. NYS Post Secondary Exit SummaryExamples Integrated Learning Uses basic academic skills in work based learning experiences (e.g. applies alphabetizing skills to sorting mail)

  24. NYS Post Secondary Exit SummaryExamples Thinking Skills Recognizes that there is a problem and requests assistance

  25. NYS Post Secondary Exit SummaryExamples Basic Skills Listening Managing Resources Selects the appropriate resources to complete a task

  26. NYS Post Secondary Exit SummaryExamples Interpersonal skills Works independently

  27. NYS Post Secondary Exit SummaryExamples Personal Qualities Manages Health (e.g. makes personal and health needs known)

  28. BJ’s Bright Spot “Watching my students improve in their independence” “My student’s growth in pre-vocational skills” “Observing my students get their own work and following procedures” “Finding out that we can use the post-secondary summary as our guide”

  29. Carol’s Bright Spot • Student growth • Having access to a transition coordinator that is knowledgeable and supports the studentand families • Being able to use the post secondary summary as our guide

  30. Teaching Sexuality to Young Adults with Developmental Disabilities Julie’s Bright Spot