Worksheet in which students describe challenges they may face in equal access to post-secondary classrooms, accommodations to overcome this challenge, and documentation needed to request the accommoda
This fact sheet summarizes the planning, instruction and service responsibilities for transition for secondary special educators. Specifies student-focused planning, student development, interagency
... collboration, family involvement, and program structures and policies.
BUNDLE - Worksheets for high school level instruction on career explorations and possible challenges they will face related to their hearing loss. There are 4 worksheets that allow the student to iden
...tify career interests, research potential jobs, and possible challenges in the workplace, and investigate solutions to those challenges. Bundle IDs 0554-0556, 0558.
Lesson 5 - Transitioning: Making the Move from High School to College and Work. This lesson provides definitions and examples of the concept of transitioning from high school to postsecondary placemen
...ts and components of an Individualized Transition Plan (ITP). By Kris English.
Prepare students for transition interviews and decisions about work that suits their strengths and needs. Includes goals and objectives, ideas and questions for determining student strengths, preferen
...ces, and skill development
Lesson 3 - My Legal Rights When I Leave High School: Section 504 and College. This lesson describes how Section 504 protects students' rights as they move from high school to college. Students will le
...arn 6 specific aspects of college education protected by section 504 and IDEA. By Kris English.
Self-knowledge, self-acceptance and social acceptance are critical for a student's overall well-being. This bundle of teacher information, worksheets, and activities include a range of social topics f
...rom understanding hearing loss to civil and legal rights. Students will acquire new vocabulary, use critical thinking skills to solve problems, and be offered opportunities for self-discovery and discussion. Information and activities are meant for advanced learners. Collected IDs in the BUNDLE: S0XTRN730, S0XSCI731, S0XSCI0732, S0XSOC0733, S0XSOC0734, S0XSOC0735, S0XSCI0736, S0XSCI0737, S0xADV0738.
Worksheet for students in which they describe what they would like to do after high school, what they need to do now to achieve that goal, where they plan to live after high school, and what they need
... to learn to prepare for this future.
Specific skills listed for each grade 9-12 regarding post-secondary skills. Includes space for transition case manager name, dates of evaluation, and places to indicate if the student has a need, is w
...orking on, or has mastered skills.
Students will define and give specific examples of personal information, use personal information to complete a variety of forms as used in work, higher education and leisure, define identity theft an
...d how to prevent it.
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