Tips to Prepare Students with Intellectual Disabilities for College Expectations
There are certain skills that students can learn and practice in high school so they are better prepared for the demands of college. In this Grab and Go Practices, we focus on three primary campus experiences college students need to be prepare for and skillsets that are good to have to manage them. Student may engage in these activities with little or no support from adults: campus participation, academic preparation, and personal responsibility.
Paiewonsky, M. (2021). Tips to prepare students with intellectual disabilities for college expectations. Think College Grab and Go Practices, Number 15. Boston, MA: Institute for Community Inclusion, University of Massachusetts Boston.
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