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New Resource-Rich College and Career Competencies Framework

Wow – were we excited to find this! The College and Career Competencies Framework from the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning looks like a great resource. The researchers at the Center for Research on Learning have identified three competency areas necessary for post-school success: cognitive interpersonal intrapersonal and provide a host of educator resources to understand and teach… Continue reading: New Resource-Rich College and Career Competencies Framework

New Transition Guide for Parents

Anthony Shriver, the Chairman and Founder of Best Buddies International says the transition to life after high school can be a life-altering transitional period for all family members affected. This new resource, Journey to Life after High School, developed by AbilityPath.org, is a step-by-step guide to help families through the process.  Within the guide, you will find a starting… Continue reading: New Transition Guide for Parents

Map It, an interactive program to develop self-advocacy skills

Map It: What Comes Next, is a free, online, interactive training program to develop and practice self-advocacy skills. Developed particularly for those who are deaf or hard of hearing, it is suitable for all students. A student can complete the course over a week’s time or spread it out over several weeks or months. Map It has… Continue reading: Map It, an interactive program to develop self-advocacy skills

Eight-Lesson Curriculum to Prepare Your Seniors for College (No More IEPs!)

We’d like to draw your attention to a timely resource for this time of year: an eight-lesson transition curriculum, Self-Advocacy and the Transition to College, from the Monadnock Center for Successful Transitions. It addresses the specific needs of students with disabilities who are about to enter college. Things shift in a fundamental way for students (and their families) as they… Continue reading: Eight-Lesson Curriculum to Prepare Your Seniors for College (No More IEPs!)