ONEder’s Transition Curriculum is a suite of eight courses designed for students with mild to moderate disabilities, to help them prepare for life after high school. Our courses cover a range of topics, including: Identifying Personal Strengths, Identifying and Overcoming Challenges, Cultivating Communication Skills, Interpersonal Skills, Building Self-Advocacy, Setting Personal Goals, Developing Self-Determination, and Exploring Career Options.

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This Curriculum Covers: Job Exploration Counseling, Workplace Readiness Training, Instruction in Self-Advocacy

Link to Curriculum: https://www.oneder.com/academy

Contact Info: support@oneder.com

Has Been Formally Researched: Yes

Research Summary:

The authors examined the effects of video-based instruction on the individualized employment-related social behaviors (ERSB) of 5 high school students with ID with severe levels of impairment. For all participants, the intervention increased ERSB, sustained task engagement in the school setting, and maintained over time. Students and educators considered the intervention beneficial and enjoyable.  

Carly B. Gilson and Erik W. Carter (2018) Video-Based Instruction to Promote Employment-Related Social Behaviors for High School Students With Intellectual Disability. Inclusion: September 2018, Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. 175-193. 

Price: $99

Payment Type: Subscription, Per Student

Released: 2018

Accessible For: Hearing Impairments, Vision Impairments

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