Question and Answer document addressing how ADA and Section 504 applies to postsecondary education accommodations. For educators, parents, or as support information during transition instruction. From
... the PACER Center.
Guide created by the Minnesota DHH Transition Work Group. Includes information about transition regarding 1) self-advocacy 2) employment 3) postsecondary education and training 4) independent living 5
...) transition timeline 6) records to keep 7) additional considerations. From MN Department of Education. 2013.
We all have strengths and challenges. When we look at these parts of ourselves objectively, we can see that the things that make us happy and unhappy are really just part of our personal traits. Use t
...hese strategies and thinking activities to encourage students' self-awareness and self-knowledge.
5 Progress monitoring sheets specifying student skill areas for amplification management, communication strategies, auditory skills, using an interpreter, and transition with the specific common core
...standard identified for each skill area. Excellent for planning, goal development and monitoring. Fillable.
Worksheet for entire High School Advocacy in Action curriculum. There are 17 worksheets covering topics such as student involvement in IEP planning, understanding and applying the law, assistive devi
...ces, workplace situations, postsecondary school. Bundle IDs 0532-0539, 0513, 0514.
Culminating Project for high school students. This includes a project planner checklist of the worksheets the student can use to gather information to complete the letter to their teachers. (These wor
...ksheets can be purchased seperatly or in the High School worksheets bundle) A sample letter to teacher for the coming year is also included. Bundle IDs 0535-0537, 0553-0559.
This bundle of teacher information, worksheets, and activities include a range of advocacy topics from college preparation, to living indpendently. Students will acquire new vocabulary, use critical
...thinking skills to solve problems, opportunities for self-discovery and discussion, and above all learn the who, what, when, how, and why of self-advocacy. Though some activities can be modified for upper elementary, most activities are for intermediate to advanced learners. 41 pages. Collected IDs in the BUNDLE: S0XHLU0740, S0XHLU0741, S0XHLU0742, S0XADV0743, S0XSOC0744, S0XSM0745, S0XADV0748.
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
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