Bringing together the expertise of two of the most experienced scholars in transition personnel preparation this up-to-date text offers a balanced presentation of theory, research, and practice in regard to career guidance and transition for youth with disabilities. Its contemporary focus on such issues as inclusive education, cultural and linguistic diversity, and self-determination and advocacy creates a text with broad-based appeal; while its thorough scholarship supports content with a solid foundation in theory and research. The text is divided into three sections: Philosophical and Policy Foundations (Chapters 1-5), Implementation of Transition in Local Systems (Chapters 6-12), and Cultural Issues and Leadership for Transition (Chapters 13 & 14), which can be used together or independently. It includes a unique, cross-categorical model emphasizing a wide variety of transition pathways; and, offers numerous practical suggestions for how to draft IEP transition language related to this model. The authors address many of the emerging issues and content areas not fully addressed in other transition texts, those being: The role of the general education teacher in middle and secondary general education classrooms and in community-based experiences; The crucial need for better educational and employment preparation systems to support youth with disabilities; The challenge educators face in developing educational programs that serve a diverse population of learners, including those with disabilities, at-risk for school failure, former school drop-outs, those with limited English proficiency, and teen parents; Sensitivity to and conceptual understanding of how cultural orientation affects attitudes toward work and careers; The need for transition professionals to clearly link self-determination concepts, career assessment, and individual transition planning; A deep understanding of the history of transition services, and the federal and state laws that provide authority and guidance to practice. This thoroughly updated text covers research-based best practices and ensures readers come away with the most current information and the broadest possible definition of transition.
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Book Description Pearson, 2008. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: PART I PHILOSOPHICAL AND POLICY FOUNDATIONS FOR TRANSITION 1. Introduction to Transition How Is Transition Defined? What Is a Pathways Approach: The Developmental Framework for Transition? Why Is Transition Important for Youth with Disabilities and What Are the Benefits? How Does Transition Fit Within the General Education Curriculum? 2. Student Populations and Their Transition Needs What Is Diversity? Who Are Special Learners and What Are Their Transition Needs? What Other Risk Factors Affect Successful Transition to Adult Life? Who Are Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students? Who Are Middle School Students and What Are Their Transition Needs? How Do Families' Needs Change Along the Developmental Path of Transition? 3. History and Philosophy of Transition What Are the Historical Roots of Career Education and Transition? What Philosophies Form the Foundation for Transition Practices? What Theories Form the Foundation for Transition Practices? How Are Philosophies and Theories Applied to the Developmental Pathways to Transition? 4. Federal Legislation, Research, and State Initiatives Advance Transition Policy and Programs How Has Transition Policy Evolved: Four Generations? How Have Broad Education Reforms Affected the Development of Transition Services? How Has Case Law Shaped Transition Practices? How Does the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act of 2004 Strengthen Transition Services? How Does the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 Promote Transition Services? How Does the NCLB Requirements for Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) Impact Transition Services? What Related Laws Promote Transition Services? 5. Coordinating Systems and Agencies for Successful Transition: Middle School to Postsecondary Why Is Service Coordination Important for Transition Services? What Is Service Coordination? How Has Service Coordination Evolved as a Practice? What Philosophies Have Shaped the Development of Service Coordination? What National and State Policies Promote Service Coordination? What Is the Role of the Family in System Coordination for Transition? PART II IMPLEMENTING TRANSITION IN LOCAL SYSTEMS 6. Research-Based Best Practices in Transition What Does the Term "Best Practices" in Transition Mean? What Are Best Practices for Transition Service Coordination? What Are Best Practices for Transition Education Programming? What Are Best Practices for Transition Planning? 7. Transition Assessment What Is Transition Assessment and How Does It Differ from Traditional Assessment in Special Education? Who Is Involved in the Transition Assessment Process and. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0132050862
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