TPI-2 Administration and Resource Guide & Transition Planning Inventory–Second Edition: Computer Version (TPI-2:CV) Single User


The Transition Planning Inventory–Second Edition (TPI-2) Administration and Resource Guide includes an overview of the instrument; detailed administrative procedures; guidelines for completing each of the forms used in the TPI-2; suggestions for interpreting and using the results of the TPI-2; and an extensive case study showing how to move from assessment to planning and action. The guide also includes a detailed description of how the instrument was developed and information about the technical features of the TPI-2. The guide also contains five appendices: three sets of item descriptions for each of the rating scales; strategies for administering the student and home rating forms; and a comprehensive matrix for that links the rating scale items to other more detailed assessments that are part of the TPI-2.

The Transition Planning Inventory–Second Edition: Computer Version (TPI-2:CV) provides school personnel with a systematic way to address critical transition planning areas that are mandated by the Individuals With Disabilities Education Act of 2004 and to account for individual students preferences, interests, strengths, and needs. Key information is gathered from students, parents, guardians, and school personnel through the use of rating scales and open-ended questions.

The TPI-2:CV can serve as the main vehicle for identifying transition needs or complement existing procedures that are being used in a school district. In many cases, it can serve as a framework for acquiring more detailed assessment information. The most important outcomes are to identify transition preferences, interests, strengths, and needs regardless of methodology; develop necessary plans; and act on resultant goals.

The TPI-2:CV contains six basic forms. New to the TPI-2:CV are two student interests and preferences forms. The first form is used at the beginning of the transition planning process and the other form is used closer to the time when the student is leaving school.

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