Amplifying Students' Voices in the Transition Process

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University of Maine, Augusta Campus

46 University Drive

Augusta, ME 04330

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Participants engage in community resource mapping using case studies to identify and plot resources within their communities.

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Amplifying Students’ Voices in the Transition Process: Outcome-Oriented Planning using Person-Centered Approaches (in-person training)

Promoting success for our students depends on partnering with them to understand their vision for the future and amplifying their voice in planning for the path to get there. But how can we provide a structure for students to articulate that vision? And how can we make time for students to engage in the experiences needed to achieve that future among other instructional priorities? This training will provide strategies for assessing and promoting career pathways through education, work experiences, and other predictors of post-school success. Participants will engage in community resource mapping with other training participants using case studies to identify and plot resources within their communities. The session will culminate in each participant’s creation of individualized action plan to bring back to their school, agency, or community with support from the trainers and other participants.

When: Thursday, September 22, 2022

Time: 10:00-2:00pm Eastern Time

Location: University of Maine at Augusta campus, 46 University Dr, Augusta, ME 04330, Jewett Hal, Room 180

Presenters: Josh Taylor (UMaine), Janet May (UMaine- Center for Community Inclusion and Disability Studies), and Gina Oswald (UMaine-Farmington)

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