These resources are intended to be used by teachers and families supporting transition to college for students with learning differences.
These materials are available at no cost thanks to generous funding support from the Oak Foundation and can be downloaded from this website. We only ask that you (1) appropriately reference materials that you distribute to students and others and (2) provide feedback after using the resources. We will soon be adding a link to this site so you can send comments, additional materials, and ideas to the curriculum developers for expanding/refining the resources. We hope to continually revise these curriculum materials based on ongoing feedback.
Please use one of the following citations when distributing materials:
Taken from: Johnson, E., James, M., King, L., Williams, S., & Grandy, L. (2013). Project STEPP Transition Curriculum. East Carolina University.
Adapted from: Johnson, E., James, M., King, L., Williams, S., & Grandy, L. (2013). Project STEPP Transition Curriculum. East Carolina University.
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Module 1: High School vs. College
(PDF of Complete Module 1)
Module 2: Planning for Academic Success
(PDF of Complete Module 2)
Module 3: Technology
(PDF of Complete Module 3)
Module 4: College Resources
(PDF of Complete Module 4)
Module 5: Developing & Maintaining Healthy Routines
(PDF of Complete Module 5)
Module 6: Finances
(PDF of Complete Module 6)
Module 7: Communication
(PDF of Complete Module 7)
Module 8: Campus Living
(PDF of Complete Module 8)
Transition Curriculum Posted
We have now posted the full Project STEPP Transition Curriculum on this page. Each module is available as a single-file PDF and in individual files in either RTF or PPT format.
Updates to be Posted
As we update the curriculum, we will post news about which materials have been modified here.
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