Lesson package providing secondary-aged students instruction in self-determination skills and increase student involvement in their transition IEP processes.
Students receive training to navigate future decisions and become active participants in planning their education.
Mentoring is used as a means to increase exposure of youth with disabilities to adults in STEM careers.
Based on the principles of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), addressing an individual’s thoughts, feelings, and actions, as well as the interactions among these three domains, to bring about desired changes.
A three-team model of interagency collaboration that includes a teaming approach to support positive in-school and postschool outcomes for students with disabilities.
A teaching model implemented by teachers to enable their students to self-direct and self regulate their actions in pursuit of goals
Digital curriculum for students with and without disabilities focused on helping students develop key literacy and career skills needed for the 21st Century workplace.
Check & Connect is an intervention used with K-12 students who show warning signs of disengagement with school and who are at risk of dropping out.
Evaluate the effectiveness of a portable DVD player as a prompting device for teaching how to make hot chocolate to young adults with disabilities.
Evaluate the effectiveness of an iPad as a prompting device for teaching how to make spaghetti to young adults with disabilities.