Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Postsecondary Options for Students with Intellectual Disabilities Florida CASE 17 th Annual Summer Leadership Institute June 9, 2014.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Postsecondary Options for Students with Intellectual Disabilities Florida CASE 17 th Annual Summer Leadership Institute June 9, 2014."— Presentation transcript:

1 Postsecondary Options for Students with Intellectual Disabilities Florida CASE 17 th Annual Summer Leadership Institute June 9, 2014

2 Florida Consortium on Postsecondary Education and Intellectual Disabilities FF Mickie Hayes, M. Ed. Director, Florida Consortium on Postsecondary Education and Intellectual Disabilities University of South Florida St. Petersburg Jordan Knab, Ed. S. Principal Investigator, Florida Consortium on Postsecondary Education and Intellectual Disabilities University of South Florida St. Petersburg

3 To describe Florida’s current status in serving students with intellectual disabilities at the postsecondary level. To review outcome data on students. To share strategies, materials, and resources developed by the Florida Consortium including Curriculum Domains and Competencies STAR model for Person-Centered Planning UDL module for postsecondary faculty Presentation Objectives

4 Existing Florida Postsecondary Programs for Students with Intellectual Disabilities

5 FL Postsecondary Programs All accept special diplomas Majority of students have ID/DD/dd Only 2 can provide housing Serving 192 students for Avg. program length of 2.5 years Matrix forthcoming

6 Florida TPSID Data SITEYEARENROLLEDEMPLOYED Lynn (33%) UNF (52%) USFSP (50%) Lynn (40%) UNF (48%) USFSP (57%) Lynn (33%) UNF (36%) USFSP (25%)

7 Exiters Employed ; ; # Students who Exited (completed program) # Students Employed Lynn128 UNF1714 USFSP TOTAL or 79%

8 Aggregate of FL Students (InD) preparing to complete postsecondary programs  54 students preparing to exit  32 are currently employed (59%)

9

10 Aggregate of FL Postsecondary Completers (InD) and Employment Outctomes  115 completers  72 employed upon exit (63%)

11 Consortium Objectives OBJECTIVE 1 Expand existing transition programs at 3 campuses & fully align with criteria established for Comprehensive Transition Programs for Students with Intellectual Disabilities into Higher Education OBJECTIVE 2 Work with 9 existing postsecondary transition programs to align them with the Comprehensive Transition Programs for Students with Intellectual Disabilities into Higher Education OBJECTIVE 3 Develop additional postsecondary transition programs for students with intellectual disabilities across Florida

12 Strategies Annual Hartwick Symposium of Stakeholders Technical Assistance and Training Communication/Website Relevant Products Mini-grants for site development

13 Mini Grants  Florida International University Panther LIFE  Florida State College of Jacksonville Project ACHIEVE  Tallahassee Community College EAGLE Connections  Florida Keys Community College  Santa Fe College

14 4 th Annual Hartwick Symposium Homecoming: Celebrating Our Stars! National experts and guest speakers! Sessions for students, mentors, parents, and educators! Planning for the future! Building strong mentoring programs! Collaborating with agencies! Choosing and using specialized resources! Last year’s Annual Hartwick Symposium of Stakeholders was hosted by Lynn University… Look for the 5 th Annual Hartwick Symposium hosted by the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg November 13-15, 2014

15 Visit our website at

16 Visit for Scholarship and Financial Aid

17 Title IV Federal Funding Postsecondary transition sites may now work towards becoming a Comprehensive Transition Program (CTP) to qualify for Federal Financial Aid (i.e., Pell Grants, Work-Study, Federal Financial Aid) via the Title IV Student Aid Program.

18

19 STING RAY Program Curriculum The STING RAY curriculum is individualized, person-centered, and adaptive, based on the student’s individual needs, strengths, and interests, while providing instruction in the following areas: Five Domain Clusters: I.Career Development and Employment II.Academic Enrichment III.Campus and Community Engagement IV.Self-Determination V.Independent Living

20

21 STING RAY Program Curriculum

22 Florida Consortium on Postsecondary Education and Intellectual Disabilities & Florida Inclusion Network Students Transitioning to Adult Roles Person Centered Planning Model

23 Curriculum (COS) Person-Centered Planning STAR Curriculum (COS) Person-Centered Planning STAR COS IEP

24 Using the PCP STAR Model

25 Postsecondary Education Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Module  Mickie Hayes, Director of the Florida Consortium on Postsecondary Education & Intellectual Disabilities  Mary Ann Gorman, UDL expert and module writer, doctoral student in Special Education and Disability Studies and research assistant at The Center for Applied Developmental Science and Neuroeducation at The George Washington University in Washington, DC  Lezlie Cline, Manager of exceptional student education projects at the Florida Center for Interactive Media, Florida State University, and her team of developers

26 Gallery of photo examples Color-coded connections Reflections Deeper Understanding UDL Snapshot

27 UDL Module Use Date Range: Oct 1, Mar 17, 2014 Unique Visitors - 1,064 Users from 44 states 1. Florida 2. Massachusetts 3. New Jersey 4. California 4. Ohio

28 Preparation for College & Challenging Careers  Access to technology  Programs that bridge academic levels to school and work  Work-based experiences  Peer support  Mentoring (Cunningham, Redmond & Merisotis, 2003; National Science Foundation, 2001) DO-IT scholars, WA.

29 Resources

30 Questions?Comments?Ideas? Thank you for your attendance! !

31

32

33

34


Download ppt "Postsecondary Options for Students with Intellectual Disabilities Florida CASE 17 th Annual Summer Leadership Institute June 9, 2014."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google