Program of Study
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.
TCC’s Employment Credential Advising Sheet
This one-page 2019 document is an At-a-Glance of the courses completed and yet to complete for the student’s achievement of the 33 hour Employment Credential. There are five pathway options represented; Arts, Humanities, Communication, and Design; Business; Science, Technology, Engineering and Math; Social and Behavioral Sciences and Human Sciences; and Education.
Curriculum Scope and Sequence: CWE
Course Objectives for Vertical Program
Project 10 STING RAY Curriculum Design Principles
The Model for the Consortium, Existing Programs, and Future IHE Model Sites.
Project 10 STING RAY Curriculum Framework Domains
Curriculum Framework with objectives and specific focuses.
Project 10 STING RAY Program Structure Competencies
Sample competencies surrounding domain clusters.
Project 10 STING RAY Competencies
Project 10 STING RAY Competencies
Project 10 STING RAY Curriculum Overview
The STING RAY curriculum is individulalized, person-centered, and adaptive, based on the student’s individual needs, strengths, and interests, while providing instruction.
USFSP STING RAY Curriculum
STING RAY uses a research-based individualized, person-centered, adaptive curriculum built upon the student’s individual needs, strengths, and interests. The curriculum is a “clock hour” structure with 5 Domain Clusters: Career Development and Employment, Academic Enrichment, Campus and Community Engagement, Independent Living, and Self-Determination.
Tracking Clock Hours
This chart is used to track student curriculum clock hours for the STING RAY program. The design is built using an excel spreadsheet that enables the user to add or remove competences as needed.
Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST)
The Center for Applied Special Technology, CAST, is a nonprofit research organization dedicated to improving education through Universal Design for Learning (UDL).
Building Inclusive Campus Communities: A Framework for Inclusion
This brief describes basic framework for developing and inclusive program experience.
Establishing Inclusive Postsecondary Education Opportunities: Tips for Effective Communication
In this brief, tips are offered on starting an inclusive postsecondary educational initiative.
Inclusive Higher Education: The Path to a New Future for Students with Intellectual Disabilities
This presentation will provide a big picture perspective on the current landscape of postsecondary education options for students with intellectual disabilities.
The Florida Consortium's Debut of the Universal Design for Learning Postsecondary Online Module
Universal Design for Learning for Postsecondary Education (UDL) is a new online module developed through a team effort led by Mickie Hayes, Director of the Florida Consortium on Postsecondary Education and Intellectual Disabilities.
Equity and Excellence in Higher Education: Universal Course Design
This Web site has been designed for faculty, by faculty, to help you learn about Higher Education’s Universal Course Design (UCD) and includes tutorials, strategies, tools, resources, and examples.
National Center on Universal Design for Learning
The National Center on Universal Design for Learning provides guidelines, examples, and resources supporting Universal Design for Learning for all ages.
Skills To Pay The Bills: Mastering Soft Skills For Workplace Success
This is curriculum focusing on teaching interpersonal and professional skills to youth, including youth with disabilities, in both in- and out-of-school environments.
A Descriptive Analysis of IPSE Programs of Study
A Power Point describing three types of Programs of Study (Liberal Arts, Industry, and Transitional) available for students with intellectual disability at Florida’s IPSE programs. Presented at the 2018 Southeastern Postsecondary Education Alliance (SEPSEA) conference in Memphis, this document goes into some detail of what is involved in an IPSE program of study.
TCC’s Academic Agreement, 2019
This one-page template is the tool by which student’s academic progress may be measured. It reflects a collaboration between the faculty and the IPSE program staff to facilitate the students’ access to and progress in the course content.
UCF's IES Program of Study
This one page document shows the courses an IES student would take to achieve the Hospitality Professional Services Credential, as well as employment opportunities aligned with this concentration.
Academy for Community Inclusion Program of Study
This document provides an overview of Florida Atlantic University’s ACI 3 Programs of Study for students with intellectual disability, each totaling 26 credit hours.