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Planning for the future is an investment in a child's well being and the purpose of this section of NASET is to help you understand all the aspects of this important time.
If you are a special education professional or professional, working with students 14 and older than you will need to be fully informed of all the areas involved in the transition phase. While you will not be directly involved in many of these areas, you can assist the parent through awareness, information, and support. Knowing what students and parents must face in order to successfully transition into adult life is a crucial part of special education for children ages 14-21. NASET hopes this section will provide that education and awareness.
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IEP Goals and Objectives
NASET provides an extensive database of material to develop an entire IEP Goals and Objectives or an individual IEP [Individual Education Program] to all it's members, free of charge. The IEP Goals and Objectives is an excellent tool for creating IEPs and curricula. It consists of the following components:
- 12 Subject Areas for Long Term or Annual Goals
- Short Term Behavioral Objectives listed under the 12 Annual Goal areas
- 4,830 Short Term Behavioral Objectives spread over the 105 Short Term Objectives
- 2,719 Suggested Activities for achieving the objectives.
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SPECIAL EDUCATION AND THE LAW
As a professional of special education, professor at a college or university, or a graduate student in the field, it is imperative that you have the ability to gain access to any new changes in the laws that govern your work. At NASET, we provide all members with an extensive and comprehensive site that covers information on special education and the law.