This resource is perfect for new and seasoned middle school, high school, special education, and transition educators, directors, and administrators who support students with higher needs.
It’s more than just a goal bank
Typical tried-and-true transition skills goals only take your students so far.
While go-to skills like “Dollar Over” and “Develop Resume” are certainly important, stopping there limits students' potential.
Today's modern young adults need more variety and more meaningful IEP skills goals to succeed in our fast-paced world.
They need individualized goals and plans.
This invaluable 52-page resource sets students of all ages, disability levels, and support needs up for success.
- An organized breakdown of over 900 skills from basic/foundational skills to growing in the skill to working toward independence in the skill.
- Help them visualize their ideal life and then set challenging yet realistic goals to get there.
- Age and skill-appropriate lesson ideas to support those goals.
Use it again and again and again (and again!)
Scope and sequence
Whether you’re updating an old curriculum or starting from scratch, the Transition Skills Goal Bank is a great resource to reference while developing program/classroom scope and sequence.
Collaborate and Plan
Easily collaborate with the whole team to develop relevant IEP goals using the comprehensive and highly organized skill-building list of independent living, education, training, and employment skills.
Address Modern Skills
Ensure you're teaching the most relevant and up-to-date skills that current young adults needs to live successfully post-exit.
Real Teacher Feedback
The IEP Transition Skills Goal Bank is an amazing resource for special education high school students who are preparing to transition from school to post-secondary life. I highly recommend this tool as it provides an extensive list of goals that cover every aspect of transitioning for students with disabilities.
The goal bank is well-organized and easy to use, which saves time for special education teachers and case managers. The goals are categorized into different domains, including academic, social, communication, career, and independent living. With over 900 goals in the bank, it covers a wide range of skills that students need to acquire before leaving high school.
One of the things I appreciated about the goal bank is that it is tailored specifically to the needs of students with disabilities. The goals are designed to help them overcome the challenges they may encounter as they transition to post-secondary life, such as finding employment, navigating public transportation, and accessing community resources.
The goal bank is also very user-friendly, providing clear and concise explanations for each goal. It is easy to modify the goals to fit each student's individual needs, making it a customizable tool that can be used for any student with different disabilities and goals.
Overall, the IEP Transition Skills Goal Bank is an indispensable resource for special education teachers and case managers. It helps to ensure that students with disabilities receive a quality education that prepares them to live independently after graduation. I strongly recommend it to any school or organization that works with special education students.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if the Transition Skills Goal Bank is right for my classroom/program?
Can I share the guides with other educators or families?
Is there a digital version?
What to share the Goal Bank with others?
To print + share or digitally share the Transition Skills Goal Bank with coworkers or IEP team members, purchase additional discounted licenses from the options below.
For 5 or more total licenses, use the form below for a custom bulk order.
Transition Skills Goal Bank + 2 Additional Licenses
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