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Learning Exercise: Designing a School-to-Work Project

Title:
Designing a School-to-Work Project
Material:
Description:
Students will develop an outline of their own School-to-Work project modeled after the previously funded program profiles listed on this site.
Course: Upper level or graduate course in transition issues for students with disabilities

Info

Submitted by:
Tamarah Ashton
Date Last Modified:
December 30, 2001

Exercise


1. Go to the School-to-Work Outreach Project website at
http://www.ici.coled.umn.edu/schooltowork

2. Click on Exemplary Profiles.

3. Read through several of the 21 profiles listed.

4. Think about the setting where you work or would like to work.

5. In pairs, devise a school-to-work program outline for the students you serve.
Include the following items in your outline:
a. Mission and Goals
b. Organization and Program Context
c. Community Setting to be Served
d. Population to be Served
e. Model/Practice/Strategy Descriptions
f. Exemplary School-to-Work Components
g. Potential Staff

6. Present your outline to the class and lead a discussion of its potential
effectiveness.

Categories

Audience

No audiences defined for this Learning Exercise

Topics

Career Education/Special Education

Requirements

Knowledge of basic website navigation and transition issues

Learning Objectives

Culminating activity to show the in-depth working knowledge of what is required for a successful transition program

Type of Task

  • Core activity
  • Student-centered
  • Team
  • Unsupervised