After six years of development, the new on-line Transition Assessment and Goal Generator (TAGG) is ready for use and can be obtained at https://tagg.ou.edu/tagg
Using non-academic behaviors research identified as being associated with post-school employment and further education of former high school students with mild to moderate disabilities, the TAGG identifies students’ strengths and needs, provides a written summary, and generates individualized annual transition goals matched to Common Core standards, which can all be copied and placed in the transition section of students’ IEPs.
The TAGG is an appropriate transition assessment for secondary-aged students with mild to moderate disabilities who plan to become employed and/or enrolled in further education after high school graduation.
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