How It Works
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!
Digital Literacy & Safety (700+)
- Appropriate Sharing Behavior
- Communicating Online
- Applied Tech Skills
- Advanced Tech Skills
Social and Emotional (300+)
- Workplace Communication/Applied Tech Skills
- 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
Digitability's Transition Curriculum is Streamlined To Make IEP Progress Monitoring Easier for Teachers
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
While digital literacy serves as the foundation for our comprehensive program, Digitability uses technology as a hook to develop social and communication skills, which are often a barrier to employment. Functional skills like financial literacy help students learn about spending and saving. And, of course, Digitability develops employment skills by introducing real-world employment projects that we call Digitability 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.
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.