What is the CCTS Online Community?       Join button

CCTS on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are links to an online community that seeks to improve transition services and post-school outcomes for youth with disabilities in Washington State by interacting, sharing knowledge, and engaging in discussion. The members who make up this community are paramount to the success of this mission. People who are involved with or who have an interest in special education services, particularly transition services and post-school outcomes, are encouraged to join this community.

Become a CCTS Facebook Fan

To become a member of the CCTS on Facebook community click on the following link: CCTS on Facebook. To participate in the online forums you must first become a registered Facebook user. After opening an account on Facebook you may join the CCTS discussions, add links to helpful resources, and post information to improve our community practices. Please note, CCTS staff will not be available to edit and comment on posts before they are made public. If you would like more information about setting up a Facebook account, see below.

We encourage all members of this community to interact with one another by answering questions, sharing knowledge and building on one another's perspectives. It is our hope that the discussions will have a synergistic effect, in which transition services and post-school outcomes will continue to improve for youth with disabilities in Washington State.

Follow us on Twitter

For even more current information from CCTS follow us on Twitter. Through Twitter you can get quick and easy updates on events, resources, and facts, all in 140 characters or less. To follow us on Twitter simply visit this link: CCTS on Twitter. You must have an account to follow our updates. Once you create an account, click "follow". You will then be able to read our posts even on busy days when you only have a minute to spare. More information about setting up a Twitter account available below.

View our Vimeo Channels

All updated training modules and 2012 student videos are now posted on Vimeo, a media-sharing website similar to YouTube. You do not need an account to view videos on Vimeo, but you can choose to create a free account if you wish. If you do not have access to Vimeo on your school computer, contact district technical support staff.

Visit our YouTube Page

Visit our YouTube channel to see 2011 student videos. View our YouTube channel here: CCTS on YouTube. You will not need to create an account to view our videos; however you may choose to create an account if you want to "subscribe" to our page, comment, or "friend" us.

The How-Tos of Social Networking 

Check out this handbook for quick information about how to set up accounts and control privacy settings.