The prevocational work my students complete are tasks that prepare them for the world of work they will enter someday. One of my goals is to help my special students function as independently as possible. Some of my students are not at the functioning level of working on academics all day. That is why I gathered together many resources to teach them what I call prevocational skills. The prevocational skills are related to a variety of vocations that a student may pursue later in life.
The students' day is a balance of academics, prevocational work and daily living skills (see my Daily Living Skills page). The students work through a variety of work centers as the day progresses. They also work with several different individuals throughout the day.
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Links (I've found many ideas for work centers at these sites.)
http://www.preschoolfun.com/pages/teacch%20work%20jobs.htm - tons of sample jobs.
If you know of any websites focusing on work skills for special education students please send me a link. ( firstname.lastname@example.org )