Transition it starts early and is an ongoing process

This webinar will focus on a wide variety of topics and issues related to transition. Many different aspects of transition are examined from a variety of different vantage points and perspectives. Transition planning is a life-long process but critical during the secondary years to insure that appropriate annual goals and IEP services are developed that will support the students’ hopes and dreams. In other words, developing transition plans help the student, the family and the school stay focused on the future. The expected student outcome is demonstration of knowledge and awareness regarding major issues related to transition.



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Colleen Harmon
Colleen Harmon has worked for San Diego Unified School District for the past 25 years, teaching special education at the high school level for special education students in mild/moderate and moderate/severe classrooms. When transition was mandated Colleen helped create the first transition plan for the district along with the first transition curriculum. She currently is in her 20th year working as a Resource teacher for TRACE. She has also taught transition classes to prospective teachers.

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