JP%20History%20of%20%20Transition%20in%20Special%20Education0

JP%20History%20of%20%20Transition%20in%20Special%20Education0

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History of Transition
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1940’s  Work training programs John Dumean Systematic progress to prepare for work Job analysis breaking jobs into component skills Skills become curriculum. Led to development of Occupational and Vocational Education
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1950’s   Mild programming Kolstoe Next step Behaviors Knowledge Attitudes Personal/social skills
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1960’s  Mild/moderate Today would be LD/BD Normalization
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1970’s-1980’s  Moved away from fun (arts and crafts) to personal development and job skills Movement from a “water downed “ curriculum approach Limited career options Teacher not training in vocational and independent living skills Career Education Movement
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K-12 programming Roles people fill in life Development of Models of Career Education Life Centered Career Education Career Education for Exceptional Youth and Children School-based Career Development and Transition Education Model
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