Related Instruction

  • RELATED INSTRUCTION/EMPLOYMENT 1 (FALL)
    Offered: Semester/Year Course (Meets 1 period per day for one credit per
    semester: 0.5 credit for class work per semester and 0.5 credit for
    employment/training experience per semester.) The activities for Related
    Instruction will vary according to the abilities of the individual students.
    Students will be provided instruction and experiences that are in line with
    the district’s curricular initiatives. Assignments relating to on-the-job
    experiences, films, guest speakers, field trips and activities considered
    important by the group and/or teacher coordinator will be addressed.
    Students will be responsible for learning and demonstrating appropriate
    work-based skills and behaviors. The development of employability skills will
    be stressed to ensure the successful transition from school to the world of
    work. Teacher-coordinators will assist students to secure either, part-time
    competitive employment or a training position at an approved work-training
    site and contact employers quarterly for evaluation purposes. Students will
    attend academic classes and keep a log of hours worked at an approved site.
    Students will be available before or after school for individual conferences,
    meetings and/or class projects. Adaptive Academic Classrooms - For
    students who may present significant levels of developmental delays,
    multiple disabilities, functional and pervasive developmental disorders,
    Autism, and to students exhibiting physical limitations with mobility, vision
    and hearing. Teachers incorporate adaptive strategies and supports to
    encourage student success. Students are presented with daily instruction in
    the areas of communication, socialization, daily living skills, vocational skills
    and recreational activities.
    CREDIT: 1 TYPE: Special Education GRADE: 11
    PREREQUISITE: Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
    COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take RELATED
    INSTRUCTION/EMPLOYMENT 1 (SPRING)
    FEES: None

     

    RELATED INSTRUCTION/EMPLOYMENT 1 (SPRING)
    Offered: Semester/Year Course (Meets 1 period per day for one credit per
    semester: 0.5 credit for class work per semester and 0.5 credit for
    employment/training experience per semester.) The activities for Related
    Instruction will vary according to the abilities of the individual students.
    Students will be provided instruction and experiences that are in line with
    the district’s curricular initiatives. Assignments relating to on-the-job
    experiences, films, guest speakers, field trips and activities considered
    important by the group and/or teacher coordinator will be addressed.
    Students will be responsible for learning and demonstrating appropriate
    work-based skills and behaviors. The development of employability skills will
    be stressed to ensure the successful transition from school to the world of
    work. Teacher-coordinators will assist students to secure either, part-time
    competitive employment or a training position at an approved work-training
    site and contact employers quarterly for evaluation purposes. Students will
    attend academic classes and keep a log of hours worked at an approved site.
    Students will be available before or after school for individual conferences,
    meetings and/or class projects. Adaptive Academic Classrooms - For
    students who may present significant levels of developmental delays,
    multiple disabilities, functional and pervasive developmental disorders,
    Autism, and to students exhibiting physical limitations with mobility, vision
    and hearing. Teachers incorporate adaptive strategies and supports to
    encourage student success. Students are presented with daily instruction in
    the areas of communication, socialization, daily living skills, vocational skills
    and recreational activities.
    CREDIT: 1 TYPE: Special Education GRADE: 11
    PREREQUISITE: Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
    COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take RELATED
    INSTRUCTION/EMPLOYMENT 1 (FALL)
    FEES: None

     

    RELATED INSTRUCTION 1 (FALL)
    Offered: Semester/Year Course (Meets 1 period per day; 1 credit per
    semester: 0.5 credit for class work; 0.5 credit for employment work) This
    course is designed for students who are ready for community-based
    employment. Students will list sources of employment, complete job
    applications and participate in job interviews to secure employment.
    Students are expected to identify and display the qualities of a good worker.
    Transition topics covered include fringe benefits, taxes, banking and worker
    organizations. The development of employability skills, which will enable
    students to make the transition from school to the world of work, will be
    stressed. The Prevocational Coordinator will assist students securing
    employment in an approved training station.
    CREDIT: 1 TYPE: Special Education GRADE: 11-12
    PREREQUISITE: Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
    COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take RELATED
    INSTRUCTION 1 (SPRING)
    FEES: None

     

    RELATED INSTRUCTION 1 (SPRING)
    Offered: Semester/Year Course (Meets 1 period per day; 1 credit per
    semester: 0.5 credit for class work; 0.5 credit for employment work) This
    course is designed for students who are ready for community-based
    employment. Students will list sources of employment, complete job
    applications and participate in job interviews to secure employment.
    Students are expected to identify and display the qualities of a good worker.
    Transition topics covered include fringe benefits, taxes, banking and worker
    organizations. The development of employability skills, which will enable
    students to make the transition from school to the world of work, will be
    stressed. The Prevocational Coordinator will assist students securing
    employment in an approved training station.
    CREDIT: 1 TYPE: Special Education GRADE: 11-12
    PREREQUISITE: Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
    COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take RELATED
    INSTRUCTION 1 (FALL)
    FEES: None

Related Instruction

  • RELATED INSTRUCTION/EMPLOYMENT 2 (FALL)
    Offered: Semester/Year Course (Meets 1 period per day for one credit per
    semester: 0.5 credit for class work per semester and 0.5 credit for
    employment/training experience per semester.) The activities for Related
    Instruction will vary according to the abilities of the individual students.
    Students will be provided instruction and experiences that are in line with
    the district’s curricular initiatives. Assignments relating to on-the-job
    experiences, films, guest speakers, field trips and activities considered
    important by the group and/or teacher coordinator will be addressed.
    Students will be responsible for learning and demonstrating appropriate
    work-based skills and behaviors. The development of employability skills will
    be stressed to ensure the successful transition from school to the world of
    work. Teacher-coordinators will assist students to secure either, part-time
    competitive employment or a training position at an approved work-training
    site and contact employers quarterly for evaluation purposes. Students will
    attend academic classes and keep a log of hours worked at an approved site.
    Students will be available before or after school for individual conferences,
    meetings and/or class projects. Adaptive Academic Classrooms - For
    students who may present significant levels of developmental delays,
    multiple disabilities, functional and pervasive developmental disorders,
    Autism, and to students exhibiting physical limitations with mobility, vision
    and hearing. Teachers incorporate adaptive strategies and supports to
    encourage student success. Students are presented with daily instruction in
    the areas of communication, socialization, daily living skills, vocational skills
    and recreational activities.
    CREDIT: 1 TYPE: Special Education GRADE: 12
    PREREQUISITE: Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
    COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take RELATED
    INSTRUCTION/EMPLOYMENT 2 (SPRING)
    FEES: None

     

    RELATED INSTRUCTION/EMPLOYMENT 2 (SPRING)
    Offered: Semester/Year Course (Meets 1 period per day for one credit per
    semester: 0.5 credit for class work per semester and 0.5 credit for
    employment/training experience per semester.) The activities for Related
    Instruction will vary according to the abilities of the individual students.
    Students will be provided instruction and experiences that are in line with
    the district’s curricular initiatives. Assignments relating to on-the-job
    experiences, films, guest speakers, field trips and activities considered
    important by the group and/or teacher coordinator will be addressed.
    Students will be responsible for learning and demonstrating appropriate
    work-based skills and behaviors. The development of employability skills will
    be stressed to ensure the successful transition from school to the world of
    work. Teacher-coordinators will assist students to secure either, part-time
    competitive employment or a training position at an approved work-training
    site and contact employers quarterly for evaluation purposes. Students will
    attend academic classes and keep a log of hours worked at an approved site.
    Students will be available before or after school for individual conferences,
    meetings and/or class projects. Adaptive Academic Classrooms - For
    students who may present significant levels of developmental delays,
    multiple disabilities, functional and pervasive developmental disorders,
    Autism, and to students exhibiting physical limitations with mobility, vision
    and hearing. Teachers incorporate adaptive strategies and supports to
    encourage student success. Students are presented with daily instruction in
    the areas of communication, socialization, daily living skills, vocational skills
    and recreational activities.
    CREDIT: 1 TYPE: Special Education GRADE: 12
    PREREQUISITE: Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
    COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take RELATED
    INSTRUCTION/EMPLOYMENT 2 (FALL)
    FEES: None

     

    RELATED INSTRUCTION 2 (FALL)
    Offered: Semester/Year Course (Meets 1 period per day; for one credit per
    semester.) This course is designed for students who are ready for
    community-based employment. Students continue to enhance skills learned
    in Related I. Students will actively seek and maintain employment.
    Transition topics covered include social security, insurance, budgeting, major
    life purchases, problem solving, effective communication and interpersonal
    relations in the work place. The development of employability skills, which
    will enable students to make the transition from school to the world of work,
    will be stressed. The Prevocational Coordinator will assist students securing
    employment in an approved training station.
    CREDIT: 1 TYPE: Special Education GRADE: 12
    PREREQUISITE: Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
    COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take RELATED
    INSTRUCTION 2 (SPRING)
    FEES: None

     

    RELATED INSTRUCTION 2 (SPRING)
    Offered: Semester/Year Course (Meets 1 period per day; for one credit per
    semester.) This course is designed for students who are ready for
    community-based employment. Students continue to enhance skills learned
    in Related I. Students will actively seek and maintain employment.
    Transition topics covered include social security, insurance, budgeting, major
    life purchases, problem solving, effective communication and interpersonal
    relations in the work place. The development of employability skills, which
    will enable students to make the transition from school to the world of work,
    will be stressed. The Prevocational Coordinator will assist students securing
    employment in an approved training station.
    CREDIT: 1 TYPE: Special Education GRADE: 12
    PREREQUISITE: Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
    COREQUISITES: If you take this course, you must also take RELATED
    INSTRUCTION 2 (FALL)
    FEES: None