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The beginning special education:
Knows how to plan, facilitate, and implement transition activities as
documented in Individualized Family Services Plans (IFSPs) and Individual
Education Programs (IEPs).
The beginning special education:
Knows how to plan for and link students' current and previous developmental
and learning experiences, including teaching strategies, with those of
subsequent settings.
The beginning special education:
Knows programs and services available at various levels and how to assist
students and families in planning for transition.
The beginning special education:
Knows how to teach students skills for coping with and managing transitions.
The beginning special education:
Knows sources of unique services, networks, and organizations for individuals
with disabilities, including career, vocational, and transition support.
The beginning special education:
Applies knowledge of procedures and supports needed to facilitate transitions
across programs and placements.
The beginning special education:
Knows how to collaborate with the student, the family, and others to design
and implement transition plans that meet identified student needs and ensure
successful transitions.
The beginning special education:
Applies skills for communicating with families about issues related to transition
and strategies for helping their children make successful transitions.