My love for Transition Education is rooted in the fact that it is student-centered. Interest Inventory Assessments are an informal way to provide age-appropriate Transition Assessments yearly.
Helping our students learn about their strengths, preferences, and interests and how those preferences relate to post-school education, employment, and life is an important job.
I grew up loving the quizzes in my Seventeen magazine. Today, I take silly quizzes or polls on Facebook or Instagram. Self-Assessment options are everywhere!
I created this "All About You," informal Transition Assessment to help teachers assess all Transition Education domains. You can analyze the results of this assessment by summarizing: areas of strengths, areas of need, postsecondary goals, annual goals to make progress towards postsecondary goals, and instruction, activities, and supports necessary to meet those goals. The Student Interest Inventory is formatted with subheadings to help you complete all parts of the Individual Transition Plan.