95 Free Links For Transition

We have been focusing on different things in transition. For us it is work in progress but we are getting there. The links I am sharing came from one of the conferences I have attended. I did get a list of both paid and free links. If your like me your not really going to be interested in the links you have to pay for. After all there is a ton of information on the WWW. I hope you find these links useful as you and your child start your journey on transition.

Comprehensive Transition Assessments 

These link will help you make a profile of your child’s strengths, preferences, interests, and abilities that allow for deeper understanding of career exploration and post secondary preparation for employment, education, and independent living.

  1. Age Appropriate Transition Assessment Toolkit – 3rd Edition: National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center ( Link is free but not all resources in guides are)
  2. Quickbook of Transition Assessments & Tools: Edutopia 

Education, Training & College Readiness 

These links offer Academic and Career planning, Financial Literacy, Postsecondary Education Preparation, Study Skills, Utilizing Assistive Technology and Accommodations/Modifications.

3. Employability/Life Skills Assessment: Ohio Department of Education 

4. Transition Assessment Tools: Employment 

5. Community Work Site: Student Learning/Training Plan and Evaluation 

6. Employer Self-Assessment: Jobs to Careers 

7. Educational Institution and Workforce Intermediary Self-Assessment: Jobs to Careers

8. SCANS Skills Assessment: U.S. Department of Labor 

9. Wisconsin Employability Skills Certificate Program: Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

10. WI Career Pathways (Youth): Wisconsin Technical College System

11. Career Interest Inventory (With Pictures and Descriptions)

12. Career Clueless – Interest Inventory for Middle School: South Bend Community School Corporation 

13. Career Cluster Interest Survey: South Bend Community School Corporation 

14. Your Free Career Test

15. RIASEC Interest Inventory: JIST Works 

16. Career Portfolio Resources and Templates: CCIU Career, Technical & Customized Education Online

17. Portfolium: Online 

18. Career Cluster Interest Survey: Madison Are Technical College 

19. Career One Stop – Career One Stop – Career Cluster Video Series: U.S. Department of Labor

20. My Plan (Some cost with various assessments) 

21. Career Interest Questionnaire: Wisconsin Technical College System 

22. Drive of Your Life: The Indiana Youth Institute

23. Informal Assessments for Transition – Postsecondary Education & Training

24. A Guide to Assessing College Readiness 

25. Transition Assessment Tools: Education and Training: Indiana Institute on Disability and Community 

Employment & Career Readiness 

This set of links covers Employment Readiness and Enhanced Skills Development, Increasing Study Skills Growth, Developing Understanding of learning Styles & Multiple Intelligence & Creating a plan to set goals based on strengths & limitations.

26. Student Self-Determination and Self-ADvocacy Skills Questionnaire: From Transition Assessment: Planning Transition and IEP Development for  Youth with Mild Disabilities by Miller, Lombard and Corbey – granting permission to Ross-Pike Educational Service District

27. The 411 on Disability Disclosure: Workbook for Youth with Disabilities: National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability

28. Going to College – A Resource for Teens with Disabilities: Virginia Commonwealth University Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Workplace Supports and Job Retention 

29. Self-Advocacy Checklist: Student Self-Assessment: Unknown Publishor/Author

30. The ARC’s Self-Determination Scale: The Arc

31. The ARC’s Self Determination Scale: Procedural Guidelines 

32. AIR Self-Determination Assessments: Zarrow Center for Learning Enrichment, the University of Oklahoma

33. Transition Assessment Tools: Self-Determination: Indiana Institute on Disability and Community , Indiana University-Bloomington 

34. Student Self-Determination and Self-Advocacy Skills Questionnaire: From Tradition Assessment: Planning Transition and IEP Development for Youth with Mild Disabilities by Miller, Lombard, and Corbey – granting permission to Ross-Pike Educational Service District

35. Self-Determination Checklist Student Self-Assment: 2008 Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Education Training and Technical Assistance Centers

36. Self Determination/Self-Advocacy Checklist (Transition Planning Inventory) From Transition Planning Inventory by Clark and Patton granting permission to Pro-Ed on website South Bend Community School Corporation 

37. Milestones – (Austin Resource Site)

38. C.I.T.E. Learning Styles Inventory: Harding University Academic Services Center

39. Education Planner: What’s Your Learning Style? 20 Questions: Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency 

40. How to Study: Learning Styles Assessment: Mangrum-Strichart Learning Resources 

41. Learning Styles Inventory: By Brett Bixler on website Penn Sate Personal Web Server 

42. Learning Styles Questionnaire: Unknown Author on website Ross-Pike Education Service District

43. Learning Styles Quiz: How to Learn 

44. Learning Styles Inventory: Together We Can: From website New Jersey Education Association 

45. Multiple Intelligence Self-Assessment: Howard Gardner on Multiple Intelligences

46. What is  Your Learning Style? – From Marcia L. Conner

47. Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire: North Carolina State University 

48. Learning Style Inventory: From Odessa College

49. The Open University – Discover your personality and ambition by creation your own unique world of inspiring learning 

50. Educational Planner: Which Study Habits Can You Improve? Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency 

51. Study Skills Inventory: Student Academic Resource Center, University of Central Florida

52. Study Skills Assessment: Columbia Basin College 

53. Educational Planner: What Kind of Student Are You? Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency

54. What are my learning strengths?: By Greg Gay, Adapted by J. Ivan on website Ross-Pike Educational Service District 

55. Knowing your Strengths: on website Ross-Pike Educational Service District 

56. Assessment: Find Your Strengths: LiteracyNet

57. Strengths & Weaknesses Aptitude Test (RSWAT): Richard Step 

58. Self-Motivation Quiz: Richard Step 

59. Strength and Weakness Test: Worldpersonality 

60. Things that are Difficult for Me: From Holding the Road: Student Self-Advocacy, by Long, Austin, and Down – granting permission to South Bend Community School Corporation 

61. Transition Assessment Implementation Timeline (NSTTAC)

62. Life Skills Inventory: Independent Living Skills Assessment Tool: Washington State Department of Social & Health Services 

63. Transition Assessment Tools: Indiana Institute on Disability and Community 

64. Transition Assessment Matrix: Northeast Indiana Cadre of Transition Leaders

65. Transition Assessment – Student (and Parent) Interview Form: South Bend Community School Corporation 

66. Quick Book of Transition Assessments: Transition Services Liaison Project 

67. Drive of Your Life: Indiana Youth Institute 

Adult & Independent Living 

ADA vs IDEA – complete understand of disability terminology, skills to be independent, self-care/self awareness and adult living options and planning for an independent future.

68. Life Skills Inventory: Independent Living Skills Assessment Tool: Washington State Department of Social & Health Services 

69. Transition Assessment Tools: :Independent Living: Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana University

70. Determining the Need for Independent Living Postsecondary Goals

71. Employability/Life Skills Assessment: Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana University – Bloomington 

72. Assessments of Financial Skills & Abilities: PRO-ED permission given to Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Idiana University – Bloomington

73. Parents of Teenagers Survival Checklist: Kansas State Board of Education 

74. Employability/Life Skills Assessment: Planning for Secondary Transition

75. Transition Assessment Tools: Indiana Institute on Disability and Community, Indiana University – Bloomington 

76. Self-Care Abilities Listing: Pleasant View, Inc. granting permission to South Bend Community School Corporation 

77. The NEW Parent Transition Survey: Transition Coalition 

78. Transition Assessment Tools: Independent Living 

79. Community Based Assessment Questionnaire: South Bend Community School Corporation

80. Community Based Functional Skills Assessment for Transition Aged Youth With Autism Spectrum Disorder – Virginia Commonwealth University Rehabilitation Research and Training Center: Autism Speaks

81. Transitioning from Independence: How Ready Are You? – Shriners Hospital 

Specific Areas of Need 

These links will provide specific assessment ideas for the following disability areas – Visual Impairments, Deaf & Hard of Hearing & Low Reading Incidence/Significant Disabilities. Data received from these assessments will further assist with more detailed transition planning and goal setting for students.

82. American Foundation for the Blind 

83. American Foundation for the Blind (The College-Ready Challenge, for High School Students Who Are Visually Impaired) 

84. Wisconsin Center for the Blind & Visually Impaired – (College & Career Readiness)

85. Office for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing – (Job Training Resources) 

86. National Association of the Deaf – Employment Resources 

87. Minnesota Transition Guide for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing 

88. Hands & Voices – The Transition Process from High School to Postsecondary Education (For Deaf & Hard of Hearing Students)

89. Supporting Success for children with Hearing Loss (Transition Planning for Adulthood)

90. Transition Coalition – inclusive listing of Transition Assessment Resources for Students with Significant Disabilties 

91. Let’s Get to Work – Transition Planning Tool 

92. Pictorial Interest Inventory (for non-readers) 

93. 1,2,3 Testing – On-line Career Test 

94. PAWS in Jobland: XAP Corporation 

95. Secondary Transition Toolkit 

 

 

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