NJ Autism Center of Excellence Conference

About the Digitability Presentation

The NJ Autism Center of Excellence Conference showcased NJ’s finest teachers utilizing best practices and community resources, products and techniques to teach students with autism. Presenters addressed solutions for both prevocational skills, such as scrum methodology, teamwork, critical thinking, brainstorming, self advocacy, and employable vocational skills in computer technology, green industry, marketing, business, etc.

Curriculum Breakdown

Digital Literacy & Safety (700+)

Appropriate Sharing Behavior

Communicating Online

Applied Tech Skills

Advanced Tech Skills

Functional Academics (100+)

Financial Literacy

Reading, Writing, Math

Executive Functions

Social/Emotional Needs (200+)

Self-regulation

Workplace Social & Communication Skills

Self-advocacy

Flexible Thinking

Time on Task Attendance

Workplace Connections (600+)

Problem Solving

Resume Writing

Interviewing Skills

Digital Portfolio

Real-world Workplace Projects

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