STEP Transition Program Annual Building License
This is an annual building license for the use of the STEP Transition program editable PDF packets by all teachers in one building for all their students for one year,
The STEP program stands for Student Transition Engagement Program. The STEP program contains a packet of 7 documents which guide parents, teachers, and students throughout the Transition process. Ultimately, students are guided to take active ownership of their Transition process and are actively involved before, during, and after their IEP meetings.
Each student participating in the STEP program will have one editable PDF packet assigned to them per year.
Important Note: This license is for all teachers in one building to use the STEP Transition program with their students for one year. Each student’s PDF packet will need to be stored on a local computer or storage device OR can be printed and completed by hand. Ten Sigma does NOT store STEP program student responses.
See description below to learn more about the STEP program.
STEP Transition Program Summary:
The STEP program is available in two versions. One version is for students who are identifying their initial postsecondary goals. The second version is for students who are updating their postsecondary goals. Upon purchasing this license, teachers will be emailed their license access information and will also receive a “STEP Program Teacher’s Guide” in PDF format.
Documents included in the STEP program:
- Student Transition Survey
- Postsecondary Goals Research Form
- Pre-IEP Meeting Summary Form
- Parent Postsecondary Goals Feedback Form
- IEP Meeting Presentation Form
- Transition Task Checklist
- Postsecondary Goals Progress Update Form
Program Format and Storage Info:
The program is available in editable PDF format, but the PDF packet can also be printed and completed by hand.
Each student’s PDF packet will need to be stored on a local computer or storage device OR can be printed and completed by hand. Ten Sigma does NOT store STEP program student responses.