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Implementing Digitability:

A Digitability Teacher Perspective

Implementing Digitability:

A Digitability Teacher Perspective

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Implementing Digitability: A Digitability Teacher Perspective

Rebekah Poe (@lessons_and_lattes) and Digitability teacher Megan French speak about her perspective and experience while implementing Digitability for her students at Timber Creek High School. Watch the full interview to learn more! 
Megan’s Favorite Digitability Features:
  • Evidence based practices embedded in the lesson plans
  • Lesson plans are pre-planned with a three-tiered system to reduce prep time and support all students' needs
  • Students gain confidence through frequent participation and communication in the classroom.
  • An Implementation Coach is available to provide ongoing teacher support.
  • The Work Simulation gives students the opportunity to gain real life, hands on work experience.
  • Using Bankability helped prepare students for real life banking while also serving as a behavior management system.

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Meet Your Presenters:

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Megan French M. Ed.

Megan is going into her 3rd year of teaching at the high school level this year. She began her career as a Special Education Job Transition teacher at the high school level while also co-teaching an English class. Megan became the lead MD Special Education teacher this past year while continuing to teach Job Transition as well. She is a certified Workbased Learning Coordinator and focuses her instruction on what her students need to succeed at an independent level in the future while providing appropriate supports to each individual student. 

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Rebekah Poe M. Ed.

Rebekah Poe is an award-winning special education teacher and national education conference presenter. She has over a decade of experience in special education. As an educator, Rebekah believes all behavior is communication and all feelings are valid, and she focuses on providing equitable education and establishing connections to students of all ability levels in an inclusive setting. 

About Digitability

Digitability is an award-winning comprehensive life skills and 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, Down syndrome and more. Students graduate with a work-ready portfolio and the skills to showcase their experiences, as well as a self-advocacy plan for any workplace. Teachers access an easy to use system that reduces planning and progress monitoring time.

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