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Introducing the All New Workplace Behavior Unit!

New! Workplace Behavior Training and IEP Goals for Transition Planning

Building Social Concepts in a Real-World Work Environment

Digitability’s newly designed Workplace Behavior Unit is an exciting new addition to our award-winning transition curriculum. Through each of the step-by-step, differentiated lesson plans, students identify the impact of specific workplace behaviors and then practice these behaviors in each classroom Work Simulation.  

For example, students learn how to increase their ability to collaborate, while also developing strategies to avoid pitfalls like arguing. As they work through each module, students become more aware of behavior and communication needs and later, develop a personal self-advocacy plan for their future workplace. 

This content is delivered during the second level of our Social Economy, where students learn a combination of self-regulation and self-advocacy skills, while building financial literacy for independence. Students will earn and spend virtual money for the behaviors they exhibit, while learning to pay bills and make purchases. 

Bankability, Digitability’s virtual banking system, allows students to experience a modern banking app while learning financial literacy and workplace behavior. Using Bankability, students manage their checking and savings accounts, pay bills, shop, and review their finances all from their online bank account. Teachers can customize classroom bills and rewards, run payroll, and approve purchase requests all from their Bankability dashboard.

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Digitability is the only scalable, STEM-focused, pre-employment transition curriculum that continues to be recognized as an innovative solution to the unemployment crisis facing a large – and growing – population of those with disabilities, such as Autism, Intellectual Disability, or Down Syndrome.

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National Disability Employment Awareness Month – Day 1

Day 1 – Put up an NDEAM Poster

Day 1 – Put up an NDEAM Poster

The National Disability Employment Awareness Month is a great time to freshen up bulletin boards in workplaces, schools, libraries or other community locations. Start by putting up this year’s NDEAM poster.
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About National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM)

NDEAM is held each October to commemorate the many and varied contributions of people with disabilities to America’s workplaces and economy. The theme for NDEAM 2021, “America’s Recovery: Powered by Inclusion,” reflects the importance of ensuring that people with disabilities have full access to employment and community involvement during the national recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.

About Digitability

Digitability is the only scalable, STEM-focused, pre-employment transition curriculum that continues to be recognized as an innovative solution to the unemployment crisis facing a large – and growing – population of those with disabilities, such as Autism, Intellectual Disability, or Down Syndrome.

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For employers, National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) is a great time to reinforce a commitment to an inclusive workplace through disability training or informal educational events such as brown-bag lunch discussions. Several ready-to-use resources can assist in facilitating such activities, such as disability etiquette materials and the “I Can” public service announcement and accompanying workplace discussion guide. Another option is to contact local disability organizations to see if they offer workplace training programs.
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Check Out New Features From Digitability

Check Out New Features From Digitability

Check Out New Features From Digitability

Welcome back! We hope you enjoyed your vacation. Each summer, the Digitability team reviews all of the requests submitted by our teachers working across the country to identify how we can enhance our offerings and ensure that teachers have the tools they need to successfully teach and manage their classrooms.
We are happy to share some exciting new Digitability updates for the start of the 2021 school year!
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Virtual Banking now has even more tools for managing your classroom!

Bankability, Digitability’s online banking system, launched earlier this year, providing teachers with the tools to help students learn how to pay online bills, make virtual purchases, and manage their money using their online Bankability accounts. 

This year, teachers have access to even more features to teach real-world financial literacy.

We’re adding dozens of more lesson plans and resources that help students work toward financial independence. Check out FREE sample resources we shared in our last newsletter.

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Data and Progress Monitoring is easier than ever!

Bankability also provides a quick and easy way for teachers to capture the data they need to ensure students are making progress toward their goals. This year, teachers have even more automated data features to help create a full progress report with a click of a button. Reports now include annual goals in the area of financial literacy, workplace communication, and workplace behavior. All data aligns to our customizable IEP Goal Bank. 

Reports can be downloaded, printed or emailed on demand for sharing with the student, their family, or other team members.

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New lesson plan design reduces planning and preparation time!

Our newly re-designed lesson planning materials are easy to navigate and already have the modified resources teachers will need to meet a wide-range of learning, communication and behavioral need. Now, the guidance on how to differentiate is accessible right in the lesson plan margin and includes a link to each modified supplement. Each supplement is available as a print-ready resource or a digital Google Doc template that can be shared.

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Bring the complete Digitability Program to your school this year!

Digitability’s complete program offers an extensive curriculum that is modified for a wide-range of learning, communication and behavioral needs. The Digitability program is also complete with:

Easy to use data and reporting features

Pre-made differentiated activities

Pre-written and scripted lesson plans

Personalized coaching to support teacher implementation throughout the school year!

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Start Building Financial Literacy Skills on Day One

Start Building Financial Literacy Skills on Day One

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We’ll be providing teachers with FREE resources. This week, you can download our Banking Responsibility Workplace Connection activities from our newest addition of financial literacy lesson plans.
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Financial literacy skills are critical for independence. Bankability, the online virtual banking system by Digitability, will provide users with the experience of an online banking application. Bankability offers students the opportunity to make purchases, pay bills, and transfer money from checking to savings all from their online account. 
Use our sample activities to help students develop an understanding of the responsibilities that come with making their own financial decisions. Students will practice reviewing bill payments, purchases, and checking their accounts for any errors. Access thousands of videos like this one within the Digitability Program. In addition to basic banking responsibilities, students will also learn numerous workplace readiness skills in the following areas: 

Digital Literacy – Students will explore the functional skills that apply to online banking. Bankability provides students with an online banking experience allowing them to pay bills, make purchases, and manage their savings.

Social Skills – This practical, critical thinking activity, encourages a number of social skills such as following directions, defending your ideas, evaluating the claims of others, decision making and more.

Communication – Expressive and receptive language skills are strengthened as students answer questions about banking practices and support their reasoning. Resources are differentiated to accommodate a wide-range of communication and language needs.

Transition – Following the Digitability Work-ready framework, this Workplace Connection Activity provides students opportunities to collaborate with peers, problem-solve, and apply financial literacy skills.

Financial Literacy – Students can start developing initial financial literacy skills using our Banking Responsibilities Workplace Connection Activity. In this activity, students explore the importance of responsible banking practices.

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Use our Ice Breaker activities to maximize student interaction with little to no prep time. While students will have fun re/connecting with their peers, they will also be using numerous workplace readiness skills in the following areas:

Digital Literacy – Students will self-assess their current level of digital literacy skills and get familiar with the types of tech their peers are using. Teachers can also use this to access prior knowledge and make learning connections throughout the year. 

Social Skills – This fun, getting to know you activity, introduces a number of social skills such as following directions, requesting feedback, turn-taking, personal space, identifying shared experiences and more.

 Communication – Expressive and receptive language skills are strengthened as students interview their peers while attending to their responses. Resources are differentiated to accommodate a wide-range of communication and language needs.

Transition – Following the Digitability Work-ready framework, this activity, “Getting to Know Your Coworkers,” provides students opportunities to collaborate with peers, problem solve, and practice time management.

Financial Literacy – Students can start developing initial financial literacy skills using our Getting to Know Your Coworkers Inventory activity. In this activity, students explore the concept of using their skills to earn money.

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Are You Teaching the Most Commonly Used Workplace Apps to Your Students?

Are You Teaching the Most Commonly Used Workplace Apps to Your Students?

Are You Teaching the Most Commonly Used Workplace Apps to Your Students?

Tips for working virtually

Through Digitability’s award-winning transition curriculum, students develop the personal and professional skills they need to be work-ready in today’s world.

These skills include social and communication skills, self-advocacy skills and impulse control, as well as the best and most popular tools and applications that are required for success in today’s modern workplaces, such as Google applications.

Below, you will find samples of Digitability lessons that explicitly teach how to collaborate in the cloud using Google applications.

Using email is a critical 21st century skill. Through Digitability, students learn how to recognize icons in Google applications so that they can complete tasks like attaching files to email correspondence.

Students need to understand not just the tools of tech literacy but also how to communicate with and through these tools. Collaborating in the cloud via tools like Google Docs, Google Slides, Gmail, etc., students learn the nuances of critically important 21st century applications.

Digitability students develop tech literacy by learning to collaborate with peers using various Google tools. Google Docs allows students to work simultaneously in the cloud.

Digitability students develop tech literacy and strengthen their overall communication skills by learning to collaborate with peers using various Google tools.

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General Tips for Virtual Teaching

As teachers are shifting instruction to virtual environments, Digitability can help empower classrooms online to continue meeting IEP and Transition Goals. Teachers can use Digitability as it teaches tech skills and online safety, as well social and communication skills, financial literacy and more.

– Michelle Cohen, Life Skills Teacher at Black Horse Pike Regional School District, New Jersey

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Teaching Google Applications: Now is the time to visit Digitability’s extensive library of online lessons that teach students how to use Google Applications.

Pro Tips: Have students fill out any work before class. The easiest solution for this is to recreate the graphic organizer Exit Ticket using a drawing tool. Digitability includes lessons on how to use Google Drawings. This allows students to add pictures and write in text boxes in a graphic organizer format. Digitability also includes a library of lessons on using many of the Google Applications.

Social Engagement Online: Focus the online session on implementing Digitability’s social activities. When using video conferencing tools to host an online class, let students know what the expectations are for participating at the beginning of the session. For example, students may need to be reminded to raise their hand and wait to be called on. 

Pro Tip: Have students watch the Digitability lesson video independently before meeting as a group. This way, you can assess comprehension and focus your time together on social, emotional and communication skills.

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Work with Families On Behavior:  You can use the Digitability At-Home Dollar Tracker to track student earnings and even share this data with families. Let parents know that they can have their learner “purchase” at-home privileges or rewards such as computer time, cell phone usage or any other preferred activity. 

Pro Tip: On the live conference call, have aides keep track of the dollar tracker. Students will be thrilled to know they are still working towards rewards and earning money!

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– Michelle Cohen, Life Skills Teacher at Black Horse Pike Regional School District, New Jersey

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Use Digitability’s At-Home Badge Board with the Social Economy

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Use this fun and crafty activity to increase expressive and receptive language communication at home with your student. You can adapt this activity based on student’s goals or specific language needs. Collaborate with your student’s teacher and/or case manager to identify specific language and work-ready communication goals he/she is working towards. For example, if you are trying to increase expressive language, you could prompt your learner to use complete sentences when using the vocabulary words to earn $1 (or whatever amount you have already determined appropriately based upon established rewards/incentives).
Carefully cut out the badges and their corresponding definitions. Using glue/tape, adhere the badge(s) and their definitions onto construction paper, a poster board,  the provided backgrounds, or some other background/designated space.Each time your learner uses an internet basics vocab word/term appropriately, he/she can earn a Digitability dollar. You can choose to introduce all badges at once or roll out a new term every few days.
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Heres What Disability Inclusion Can do for Your Buisness

Accenture & Disability:IN present the facts about advantages disability inclusion creates

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-Ted Kennedy, Jr.,

Disabilities Rights Attorney, Connecticut State Senator and

Board Chair, American Association of People with Disabilities

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How has Digitability Prepared Your Students for Transition into the Workplace?

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Check Out Sample IEP Goals from Digitability’s IEP Goal Bank for Special Education Students

One Program Supporting a Variety of Transition Needs

Digitability helps educators address multiple IEP & Transition Goals for students with autism and other special education needs.

Check out Digitability’s FREE Sample IEP Goal Bank resource below for example IEP Transition Goals for communication, social, academic, self-advocacy, self-regulation skills and more!

Digitability Offers…

Digital Literacy & Safety (700+)

  • Appropriate Sharing Behavior
  • Communicating Online
  • Applied Tech Skills
  • Advanced Tech Skills

Social and Emotional (300+)

  • Self-Regulation
  • Workplace Communication/Applied Tech Skills
  • Self-Advocacy
  • Flexible Thinking
  • Time-on-Task Attendance

Workplace Connections (600+)

  • Problem Solving
  • Resume & Online Profile
  • Interviewing Skills
  • Digital Portfolio
  • Real-World Employment Projects

Functional Academics (100+)

  • Financial Literacy
  • Reading, Writing, Math
  • Interviewing Skills
  • Executive Functions

Progress Monitoring tools are available online with the click of a button, as well as off-line, based on teacher preference. All assessment tools align to the differentiated lesson plans, saving teachers planning time.

Each of your students is unique and will therefore have a wide-range of needs. Digitability Work Simulations introduce students to a variety of employment pathways. Employment experiences are differentiated to meet the individual IEP Goals.

Every Student In Your Class Gets Work Experience With Digitability’s Work Simulations

Work Simulations begin by choosing a project. For example, the class may start a coffee business, learn how to market youtube videos, perform data entry, and more.

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After choosing their work simulation project, students are then hired for jobs and begin practicing workplace behavior, managing their tasks, using tech skills for independence, self-advocating, self-regulating and more.

Digitability Work Simulations include the Digitability Social Economy. In the Digitability Social Economy, students earn virtual Digitability dollars when they exhibit behaviors that will make them successful in the workplace and increase their independence. Using those dollars earned, Digitability teaches students the fundamentals of budgeting concepts, such as earning, spending, and saving.

Administrators and Program Directors can learn more about the Digitability program by requesting a free demo of the technology on this form.

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You Can’t Teach Financial Literacy Without This.

Bankability allows students to experience a modern banking app while learning financial literacy and workplace behavior.

Bankability works with The Digitability Social Economy, where students earn (and later spend) virtual money for practicing workplace behavior. With Bankability, students now receive direct deposits on payday, review pay stubs and personal bank statements.

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Bankability works with The Digitability Social Economy, where students earn (and later spend) virtual money for practicing workplace behavior. With Bankability, students now receive direct deposits on payday, review pay stubs and personal bank statements.

No More Balancing Checkbook- Online Banking

Using Bankability, students manage their checking and savings accounts, pay bills, shop, and review their finances all from their online bank account. Teachers can customize classroom bills and rewards, run payroll, and approve purchase requests all from their Bankability dashboard.

Bankability also allows teachers to track workplace readiness progress using Digitability’s Individual Education Program (IEP) Transition Goal Bank. Assigning each dollar to a behavior will allow teachers to track that behavior overtime. Reports can be generated at the click of a button and shared with their Special Education Team. 

Data Report for IEP Goals Data Report for IEP Goals

Bankability also allows teachers to track workplace readiness progress using Digitability’s Individual Education Program (IEP) Transition Goal Bank. Assigning each dollar to a behavior will allow teachers to track that behavior overtime. Reports can be generated at the click of a button and shared with their Special Education Team. 

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