“Discover How Ten Sigma Age-Appropriate Transition Skills Assessments can Improve the Transition Assessment Process in 3 Simple Steps PLUS How to Start a Free 14-Day Trial!”
IDEA 2004 requires that students are assessed on their academic achievement and functional performance to establish the Present Levels of Academic and Functional Performance (PLAAFP) for important life and employment skills.
While many educators do a good job of assessing academic performance and using interest inventories to develop a student’s Transition plan, they often miss evaluating students on functional skills that are essential for success in adult life.
Without assessing functional skills and including them in the PLAAFP, the IEP is not compliant nor does it adequately prepare students for adult life. By assessing functional skills, the IEP team identifies priorities of functional skill needs and develop annual goals, Transition services, and/or assign courses of study to address those needs.
Ten Sigma's age appropriate Transition assessment surveys are unique because they…
3 Simple Steps to Use Ten Sigma Transition Surveys in only 5 minutes!
Teachers select a research-based assessment that measures the strengths and needs of the student based on a wide range of academic and functional skills
Teachers select members of the IEP team who will take the survey and send it via email (or print if necessary). Whenever possible, we recommend students take the survey as well.
After the IEP team takes the survey, our system automatically scores, sorts, and graphs the data! Then the teacher and IEP team can identify strengths, needs, and priorities.