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Transition Planning & Developing the Transition IEP

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Self Determination

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What is Self-Determination?


The Core Components of Self-Determination
Choice making
The skill of making a choice between two known options.

Decision making
The skill of choosing among more than two known options.

Problem solving
The skill used when a solution not readily known; decision making and choice making are part of process.

Goal setting & attainment
The skill of determining how you are going to accomplish what you want (setting the goal, plan for implementation and measuring success).

Self-regulation (skills include self-observation, self-evaluation, self- reinforcement)
The process of monitoring one’s own actions.

Self-instruction
Skills that assist the student in using their own verbal prompts for solving problems.

Self-advocacy
Skills necessary to be able to speak up or defend a cause or person.

Internal locus of control
The belief that one has control over outcomes that are important to life.

Self-efficacy
The conviction that one can successfully execute the behavior required to produce a given outcome.

Efficacy expectations
The belief that if a specific behavior is performed, it will to lead to anticipated outcomes.

Self-awareness and self-knowledge
The skills of knowing one’s own strengths, weaknesses, abilities and limitations and knowing how to use these unique attributes to beneficially influence one's own life.

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