Traditional Ignite Curriculum Bundle

The Traditional Ignite curriculum is classroom based, with hard copy workbooks and lessons designed for full class period (approx. 45 mins).

 

Ignite is designed to teach adolescents and young adults (ages 12-16) with disabilities the skills necessary to become active participants in designing their futures. Through self-exploration, knowledge development and hands-on practice, the Ignite curriculum actively builds the mindset and skills necessary for students to become self-advocates. This self-advocacy training will benefit students in a variety of settings including their transition to high school, IEP meetings and Transition meetings.

 

About Ignite

This comprehensive program consists of eight lessons designed to be taught during a 45-50 minute instructional period. Each lesson engages students in active cross-curricular learning through the use of a variety of instructional methods, including: multimedia presentations, personal inventories, hands-on activities, games, class discussions, and small group work.

 

Meeting State and Federal Requirements

Ignite is designed to meet the needs of a variety of audiences and fulfill multiple state and/or federal requirements.

Public School Districts: Ignite helps public schools ensure they successfully are meeting both Indicator 13 and Transition Plan requirements as set forth in the IDEA 2004.

Centers for Independent Living (CILs): Ignite helps CILs meet 5th Core requirements regarding transition.

Traditional Ignite Curriculum Bundle

SKU: 0006
$499.00Price
  • Teacher Manual, 10 Student Portfolios, and 1 Flash Drive featuring Lesson Plans, accompanying handouts and activities, as well as any video clips.

    *If you have purchasing or pricing questions, please call or e-mail: akubatzke@rampcil.org or 779.221.2354.

    Ignite is designed to teach adolescents and young adults (ages 12—16) with disabilities the skills necessary to become active participants in designing their futures. Through self-exploration, knowledge development and hands-on practice, the Ignite curriculum actively builds the mindset and skills necessary for students to become self-advocates. This self-advocacy training will benefit students in a variety of settings including their transition to high school, IEP meetings and Transition meetings.
    This comprehensive program consists of eight lessons designed to be taught during a 45-50 minute instructional period. Each lesson engages students in active cross-curricular learning through the use of a variety of instructional methods, including: multimedia presentations, personal inventories, hands-on activities, games, class discussions, and small group work.

    Learning Objectives

    Session 1: Introduction to Ignite

    Session 2: Discovering Your Personality Style

    Session 3: Accommodations & Modifications

    Session 4: Goal Setting & Transition Plans

    Session 5: Finding Your Communication Style

    Session 6: Perfecting Your Study Skills

    Session 7: Exploring Careers

    Session 8: Ignite Review & Wrap-Up

    Requirements Met

    Ignite is designed to meet the needs of a variety of audiences and fulfill multiple state and/or federal requirements.
    Public School Districts: Ignite helps public schools ensure they successfully are meeting both Indicator 13 and Transition Plan requirements as set forth in the IDEA 2004.
    Centers for Independent Living (CILs): Ignite helps CILs meet 5th Core requirements regarding transition.