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Career & Transition Programs for Students with Disabilities

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What is the benefit of community-based work experiences to students with disabilities?

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1. Which one of the following helps students with disabilities decide if the training and workplace conditions associated with a particular vocation are something they want to pursue in the future?

2. If a student has skills that will benefit an employer, the employment should be which one of the following?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

What are aspects of career and transition programs for students with disabilities? What is accomplished with pre-vocational training? These are some of the facts you will be questioned about when you use this quiz/worksheet assessment.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You should be prepared to do the following when you access this quiz:

  • Explain the benefit of community-based work experiences
  • Select the term used to describe something that helps students with disabilities decide if a particular job is one they wish to pursue
  • Identify the type of employment that should occur when a student offers a full benefit to an employer
  • Choose the term that describes a work experience (paid or unpaid) that allows a student to learn and become excited about an industry
  • List the skills students with disabilities develop through pre-vocational training

Skills Practiced

  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information about the benefits of community-based work experiences for students with disabilities and interpret it correctly
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding pre-vocational training
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to identify terms used to describe how students choose and become excited about particular jobs or industries

Additional Learning

You can review more details by using the lesson titled Career & Transition Programs for Students with Disabilities. Information discussed in this lesson includes:

  • What percentage of students with disabilities did not receive vocational training according to a 2013 report
  • Which evidence-based programs can help students attain pre-vocational skills
  • What are often the most important predictors for the employment success of students with disabilities
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