Literature review about Transition Education Deshawndra Gillispie Northcentral University Introduction: Literature review is the analysis of the past publications about a particular topic of the study. It is the practice involving the comparison of the insights and findings of different scholars regarding a similar subject matter. The review of the literature aims at identifying the common information and different ideas of the diverse scholars in a certain field of the study. After the conduct of a literature review it becomes possible to realize the existing gaps and if there is the need for more research about the same topic. This literature review looks at different articles books and journals about transition education. There is the review of the different findings of scholars regarding the provision of transition education services to students. The review also looks at what is included in different articles about transition education programs how they are Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal Vol 40(2) Special Issue: Disability Policy Research 183-196. Lewis R. B. Wheeler J. J. & Carter S. L. (2017). Teaching students with special needs in general education classrooms. Pearson. McLoughlin J. A. Lewis R. B. & Kritikos E. P. (2017). Assessing students with special needs. Pearson. Oertle K. M. Chesley E. & Sax C. L. (2017). Expectations of statewide special education and vocational rehabilitation transition leaders for their staff's collaboration activities. Journal of Rehabilitation 83(3) 3-20. Shaw S. F. & Dukes III L. L. (2013). Transition to postsecondary education: A call for evidence-based practice. Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals 36(1) 51-57. Soteriades E. S. (2017). A workplace modified duty program for employees in an oncology center. Work 56(1) 157-164. Wehman P. (2013). Transition from school to work: where are we and where do we need to go? Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals 36(1) 58-66. [...]
For your Signature Assignment, you will prepare a literature review. The literature review will begin with the introduction that you prepared in Week 5. Your literature review may incorporate references from other courses, but must include the 15 references gathered in the current course. Your introduction is a logical argument for the importance of the topic that you plan to investigate. Conclude your literature review with a summary that synthesizes the research and points to gaps in the literature and to directions that further research might take. Length: 12-15 pages, not including title and reference pages References: Minimum of fifteen scholarly resources.