YOUNG ADULT INDEPENDENCE & TRANSITION
T’NT is a Common Core aligned curriculum designed to prepare young adults (ages 16-22) with high incidence disabilities to become employed, independent members of their communities.
This comprehensive curriculum consists of 16 lessons designed to be taught during a 45–50 minute instructional period. Each lesson actively engages students in a variety of topics including: post-secondary education, job training, soft skill development, mock interviews, housing, insurance, financial literacy, and accessing community resources.
A unique, and the most successful, component of T’NT is the integration of community partners into a variety of units in order to share their professional knowledge and for the students to expand their horizons, expectations, and community connections.
T’NT is uniquely designed to meet the needs and fulfill the state and/or federal requirements of a variety of audiences. For public schools, T’NT helps meet both Indicator 13 and Transition Plan requirements as set forth in the IDEA 2004. For Centers for Independent Living (CILs), T’NT helps meet the 5th Core requirements. In addition, T’NT helps federal TRiO programs meet Financial Literacy and Advice and Assistance in Post-Secondary Course Selection requirements.
- Curriculum Bundle
- Includes: Teacher Manual, 10 Student Portfolios, and 1 Flash Drive*
*includes Lesson Plans, PowerPoint Presentations, Instructor Resources and Student Handouts
Only available with the purchase of a Curriculum Bundle