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October 18, 2019

New forms on Moving Students Forward

by Elaine Cook

There are several new forms that have been added to our MSF website.  A few will be highlighted here, but we may have forgetten to note them all.  Use as you need, and if you have any questions, please let us know!

First, hopefully by now all of you have received an updated copy of our Page B – Best Practices Fall 2019 – updateIt is printed on bright green paper, if that helps you know which form we are referring to.  This form REPLACES the one that is found in our Guiding Transition Booklet, since we updated the graduation requirement section due to the changes that took effect last year.

 

Next, we have updated the General Education Classroom Summary (updated Fall 2019) form. This form can be found under the TEACHERS tab, then the TRANSITION PLANNING FORMS tab, and you will find it listed in the column.   We added four more questions to the bottom of the Likert Scale section, and moved the valuable teacher input to the back of the page.   And soon we hope to share a google form version of this with you to use, if you prefer to get your input that way!  Stay tuned!

 

Also new this year is the Competitive Employment Skills Sheet This can be found under the TEACHERS tab, then the TRANISITON PLANNING FORMS tab, then under the WORKING RESOURCES tab.  Thanks to the Ft. Dodge teachers for sharing this great form that they developed!  Whoo hoo!  It is great because it gets the perspective from all three parties:  the parent, the student, and the educator!  Thanks Ft. Dodge!!  🙂

 

 

 

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