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Jan

New Self-Advocacy tools


At our last zoom (January 14, 2020) on Self-Advocacy and  Student-led IEPs, we shared two new forms that you may want to consider using to help students with their long term planning.  Both of these tools are from the ME!  Lessons for Teaching Self Awareness & Self Advocacy Curriculum.  This is located at the Zarrow Center for Learning Enrichment at the  University of Oklahoma.

The first form was the Self Awareness Project Planning Guide.   This form can help organize information into a beginning three-step process that aligns with their living, learning, and working goals.

 

 

The second form was “Where do I go from here?” This form again is aligned with the student’s postsecondary expectations but helps break the process down into different actions to help them see what responsibilities they may need to take to make it happen.

 

These two new forms will also be posted on the TEACHER tab, under Student Led IEPs.

7
Jan

Links corrected on new Google forms!!


The links have been corrected on the two new Google versions of the  General Education Classroom summaries that were posted on January 5th so you should now be able to open them and save a copy.

Thanks to KM for the heads-up that these were not workable links!!  🙂

And sorry that we forgot to make the sharing changes so you could access them!

Now, go make a copy and get some good information to share with your families!  🙂

 

 

2
Jan

More New forms on MSF


On our Vitals for Transition Zoom “Updates on the Transition Alignment Process”  (posted under the EVENTS tab) we shared several new forms and websites for your use.  Here are a few you may want to add to your transition toolbox:

General Education Classroom Summary – Version 1 Google form:  This is similar to the printable one-page version on this site, but with the ease of a Google form.  If you choose to use it, be sure to first SAVE A COPY for your own personal use.  Then, each time you want to use it, save it for each specific student you are using it for because Google will allow you to print a compiled list of your teacher’s responses that you can share at the student’s meeting.  This is a great way to share this information with parents.

 

General Education Classroom Survey – Version 2 Google form:  This form is similar to the one above, and was shared with us by Manson NW Webster teacher Alexandrea Hanson, so thanks!!  Again, you would need to SAVE A COPY of this form for your own personal use, just like above.

Here is the paper copy of the General Education Classroom Summary (updated Fall 2019) This form now has a front & a backside, so hopefully will capture more transferrable (soft) skills that will be important for students to have as they transition to life after high school.