Finding appropriate curricula and lesson plans that cover areas related to transition for students with disabilities can be difficult. To make this easier, we’ve developed this database of curricula based on feedback we’ve received from providers and educators who work with transition-aged students.
This database is searchable by the following filters: the Pre-ETS area(s) addressed, accessibility options, price, or curriculum name. Once you select your filter options click “Sort.” Then, the database will sort by what you selected.
Clicking a link to a specific curriculum in the “Name” column will take you to the “Quick Facts” page that has more detailed information about that particular curriculum. Additionally, you will see that there is a button to “Like” a particular curriculum if it is one that you like using and have found it to be effective. There is a comment box at the bottom of the page as well to share any comments or tips you may have for using a particular curriculum.
We will be updating this database as often as we can. However, because pricing and other information may be subject to change, it is recommended to contact each curriculum publisher directly for the most up to date information.
Lastly, we want to include as many resources as possible in our database, so please email us if there are any additional curricula that we may have missed! Or if you have any other questions or comments, feel free to email us at: Curriculum@TransitionTN.org
How to Choose Which Curriculum to Use?
Below is a webcast from December 2019 in which Dr. Dawn Rowe discussed important considerations and strategies for choosing appropriate curriculum for teaching transition skills.
Here is the link to access the Curriculum Review Form Dr. Rowe is referring to in her webinar: Curriculum Review Form
Use these options to filter the table below
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