Loading... Please wait...

Whose Future Is It? Software

Hover over image to zoom

Calculated at checkout

 Product Description

Whose Future Is It?

A research-based curriculum for adolescents to learn self-determination and self-awareness, and transition into adulthood

Product Features:

  • Facilitates active student participation in creating their IEP

  • Software offers text-to-speech option for the Student Reader

  • It covers decision making skills, problem solving, negotiation, compromise and leadership, all of which enable students to take a meaningful role in planning for their future. As mandated in IDEA, when transition issues are discussed in the IEP meeting, students must be invited. Whose Future shows students how to contribute to their IEP meetings. It culminates with students writing goals and taking an increasingly active part in their IEP meetings.

  • Whose Future Is It? conforms to Universal Design features that help students who are not strong readers to self-direct as they work through it. A recent study proves that all students who use this program gain transition knowledge and skills, but those who used technology such as Whose Future Is It? Software show even greater progress.

  • This product includes a Student Reader, Workbook, Instructor’s Guide, and Software:The Software adds speech and text highlighting to the Student Reader. Text is read by professional narrators and students can click on any word to hear it spoken. A multiple choice comprehension assessment follows each chapter. All student data are stored. The Software can be displayed on a Smart Board for classroom presentations.15 Chapters divided into three Sections:

    • Section One: Getting to Know Your IEP
      Topics include transition services, who attends your IEP meetings, abilities and interests, disability stereotypes, and IEP outcomes.
    • Section Two: Decisions and Goals
      Topics include options and goals for current school environment, post-secondary education, independent living, employment, and recreation and leisure.
    • Section Three: Your IEP Meeting
      Topics include self-advocacy, assertiveness, IEP preparation, and how to run your IEP meeting.


You Recently Viewed...



Copyright 2024 Augmentative Communication Consultants, Inc.. All Rights Reserved.
 Sitemap | BigCommerce Premium Themes by PSDCenter

Click the button below to add the Whose Future Is It? Software to your wish list.