Life Skills Academy

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Published on March 8, 2014

Author: AchyutTope

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Life Skills Academy: Life Skills Academy Presented by… PowerPoint by….Brenda Mast 2007 Module A: Life Skills and Community-Based Training for Elementary and Middle School Students: Module A: Life Skills and Community-Based Training for Elementary and Middle School Students Describe the implications of a life-skills curriculum. Identify domain areas and embedded skills as they apply to elementary school students. Describe how community-based training coincides with inclusion. Identify domain areas and embedded skills as they apply to middle school students. Module B: Self-Determination Skills B-T1: Module B: Self-Determination Skills B-T1 Describe how to help students conduct self-analyses. Describe how to present choices to students and encourage choice-making. Demonstrate the use effective communication skills when coaching students. Demonstrate how to coach students in the use of effective communication skills. Demonstrate how to encourage students’ exploration of interest areas. Demonstrate how to support students in their efforts to set goals, create plans, solve problems, identify and access resources, and make decisions. Module C: Life Skills and Community-Based Training for High School and Transition Students: Module C: Life Skills and Community-Based Training for High School and Transition Students Define domain areas and embedded skills for high school and transition students. Describe a person-centered planning process and how it determines what students are taught. Carry out IEP-based instruction in community settings. Define transition. Identify forms, agencies, and supports necessary for transition and how to access them. Module D: Vocational Skills and Job Coaching: Module D: Vocational Skills and Job Coaching Define the rationale for providing vocational instruction. Identify formal and informal vocational assessments. Describe the process of job development. Conduct a job site analysis, ecological inventory, task analysis, and discrepancy analysis. Demonstrate job matching procedures, modifications, and adaptations. Identify the embedded skills necessary for successful job performance. Identify natural supports for stability and the maintenance of jobs. Skills Transition: Skills Transition Elementary School Middle School High School Life Module A: Life Skills and Community-Based Training for Elementary and Middle School Students: Module A: Life Skills and Community-Based Training for Elementary and Middle School Students Describe the implications of a life-skills curriculum. Identify domain areas and embedded skills as they apply to elementary school students. Describe how community-based training coincides with inclusion. Identify domain areas and embedded skills as they apply to middle school students. What is a Life-Skills Curriculum? A-T3: What is a Life-Skills Curriculum? A-T3 When you hear “Life Skills,” what do you think of? What type of skills are Life Skills? Why teach Life Skills? Is a Life-Skills curriculum an addition to the regular curriculum? Where is a Life-Skills curriculum taught?

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