This form was created by a fellow teacher, so a special thanks for both his creativity AND his willingness to share! Helping and learning from others…. now that’s what we want to model for our kids, right? 🙂
So, since he showed us a great example, if there are other careers that you want your students to have to choose from, you now have a guide for creating one on your own.
You could do something similar by using pictures from a computer program like Board Maker, etc. to make a visual representation to help your students determine their strengths, interests & preferences. Click Strengths, Interests, Preferences Picture Options for yet another great sample that was shared!
Keep all your great ideas coming! Together, we can help make our kids/student’s transition as seamless as possible!
This web site is maintained by the Prairie Lakes AEA Transition Department to provide information and interaction around secondary transition topics.
“The primary purpose of education is not to enable students to do well in school, but to help them do well in the lives they lead outside of school.”
-Ray McNulty, International Center for Leadership in Education (ICLE), Iowa High School Summit, December 10, 2007
DCDT Transition Conference
October 25th, 2018
Come join us for two great days of learning on October 25 & 26th in Cedar Rapids, Iowa for the International DCDT Conference. There is a full-day pre-conference on Wednesday, Oct. 24th that you may also sign up to attend.