Instructional Strategies Essay by CalDR

Instructional Strategies
Instructional strategies for transitioning students with disabilities from high school to post-high school vocational programs.
# 29638 | 1,970 words | 10 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Aug 05, 2003 in Education (Higher) , Education (Special) , Education (Adult Education)

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Transition services are services which help disabled students prepare for future work and devise strategies and learning skills to cope up with the coming challenges. These services allow the students to identify and increase the scope of their skills which they will need to pursue in real practical life. To achieve this, teachers and academics are responsible for transitioning these students from one level of competency to the next. This paper presents a literature review whereby the author of the paper enumerates on the transitional strategies that are available for students with disabilities. Issues explored include preparing the student for 'life-skills' and the use of IT in facilitating the transition.

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