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LINCS Community Transitions--Please welcome David Rosen as the new moderator for the Tech and Learning group

Hi all,

This week sees the move from the LINCS Subject Matter Expert (SME)-model to that of moderator-facilitated discussion groups. For the Technology and Learning group this means that David Rosen will be coming on as the moderator and I will be moving into the role of a regular member of the group. Over the next few days David will send out his own message of introduction and welcome.  This is an exciting time filled with possibility.

Transition to Adulthood

Hi group members,

Here is another 'best practices/programs' article written by Kim Beardslee, MAISD transition coordinator in Montcalm County, Michigan.

People experience “transition” throughout our lives — babies to toddlers, toddlers to school-age children, adults into retirement. One of our most important transitions is going from high school to the adult world.

Transition Services for Students with Disabilities

Hi Community -

I am interested in youth transition and the kinds of services and supports that can be provided to youth while they are in middle and high school to facilitate their interest in career paths and adult education. I am interested in learning about the relationships between adult education and transition professionals in K12 settings. Also, I would love to learn about any suggestions you have regarding particular programs and practices that support student’s success in adult and career-related programs.

 

Transforming Adult Education to Better Prepare Adult Learners to Successfully Transition to Postsecondary Education and Training

The Office of Vocational and Adult Education (OVAE) of the U.S. Department of Education, in collaboration with the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) and the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT), is hosting a series of community college webinars in 2013 to highlight the important work of these institutions and the many contributions they make to the communities they serve.

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