Florida International University’s Project Panther LIFE, Curriculum and Courses
Florida International University's Project Panther LIFE’s current curricula for students with disabilities is guided by the principles of individualized and person-centered, functional or practical to maximize independence, adaptive or adjustable to meet each student’s needs, and ecologically relevant or based on the student’s environments and major activities (Wehman & Kregel, 1997).
The Learning Academy at the University of South Florida, Curriculum
The Learning Academy at the University of South Florida is a customized transition program that assists in preparing young adults diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder for employment. The Learning Academy provides services, supports and experiential opportunities that develop and enhance each student's independence in meeting personal career goals. Our students engage in self-discovery and career exploration through real-life experiences such as internships and peer mentoring which allows generalization of learned skills.
Project 10 STING RAY Curriculum Overview
Project 10 STING RAY Competencies
Project 10 STING RAY Program Structure Competencies
Project 10 STING RAY Curriculum Framework/Domains
Project 10 STING RAY Curriculum Design Principles
Project 0 STING RAY curriculum was designed according to Wehman and Kregel’s (1997) principles. These principles indicate that curriculum for our students should be individualized and person-centered, functional or practical to maximize independence, adaptive or adjustable to meet each student’s needs, and ecologically relevant or based upon the student’s environments and major activities.
Project 10 STING RAY Curriculum References
The University of North Florida (UNF), On Campus Transition (OCT), Curriculum
The University of North Florida On Campus Transition UNF-OCT program is an experiential learning program; therefore, the OCT students learn skills through natural experiences that occur in postsecondary education settings. Moreover, the OCT program uses the Life Centered Education curriculum as a guide for skills mastery.
Vertical Training (VT) program at Florida State College at Jacksonville
Curriculum Scope and Sequence
Domains for Curriculum Framework
The Vertical Training (VT) program at Florida State College at Jacksonville offers students with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to enroll in career and technical postsecondary adult vocational (PSAV) classes. The VT program also includes employment readiness training domains and competencies in its curriculum.