Comprehensive Assessment Lists
Some organizations have done a lot of work in compiling some very good transition assessment resources. We thank them for that work and are happy to pass along their information!
SBCSC has a very nice list of downloadable resources for transition assessments in Education, Employment, Independent Living, Self-determination and more!
This website not only has a variety of transition assessments, but also curriculum resources for teachers, resources and support for parents and VR Counselors.
The C.I.T.E. is divided into three main areas: language, visual language, auditory numerical, visual numerical and auditory-visual language
♦ Information gathering includes auditory l, auditory numerical, visual numerical and auditory-visual-kinesthetic combination.
♦ Work conditions focus on whether a student works better alone or in a group.
♦ Expressiveness considers if a student is better at oral or written communication.
This Learning Styles Inventory offers an additional way of evaluating preference, and also gives some suggestions as to how to plan your academic success with the resulting knowledge.
This is another type of learning styles inventory with questions that are based more on school environments. This inventory also has many learning strategies for various learning preferences.
Independent Living Checklist
The Independent Living Checklist can help identify independent living goals.
Self-determination and Self-Advocacy
The American Institutes for Research (AIR), in collaboration with Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City, developed the student, parent, and educator versions of the AIR Self-Determination Assessments with funding from the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs. The AIR Self-Determination scale:
- produces a profile of the student’s level of self-determination
- identifies areas of strength and areas needing improvement
- identifies specific educational goals that can be incorporated into the student’s IEP
The MnCareers Facilitator Guide offers Minnesota-specific career resources. These include related activities, lesson plans, and curricula to engage students and clients in career exploration. Activities include worksheets that teach explorers how to use the data found in MnCareers and other products to research career and education interests.
This form gives students and supervisors an opportunity to evaluate the work experience and can be used as an informal assessment for future goal setting.
This form is for a supervisor and/or job coach to fill out upon observing a student in a work experience setting.
This form is an opportunity to observe and record observations of student work habits.
This form is for a student to evaluate a work experience and determine next steps.