An ever-expanding suite of life-changing curriculum packages for today’s student! ONEder Academy's first-class, online content not only empowers students, it supports their learning with a range of accommodations, all of which are tied to Universal Design for Learning principles. ONEder Academy makes the flexible, blended implementation of life-changing curriculum easy!
ONEder’s Transition Curriculum is a suite of eight courses designed for students with mild to moderate disabilities, to help them prepare for life after high school. Our courses cover a range of topics, including: Identifying Personal Strengths, Identifying and Overcoming Challenges, Cultivating Communication Skills, Interpersonal Skills, Building Self-Advocacy, Setting Personal Goals, Developing Self-Determination, and Exploring Career Options.
Literacy is an essential skill for career readiness. The Collins framework provides teachers with the tools for incorporating both reading and writing into any career or technical area. Students will complete assignments authentic to their area as they practice the writing necessary for success in their career or technical focus. The lessons and assignments not only encourage literacy, they demand strong career and technical understanding. Teachers in these areas will be given the tools to instruct, assess and support writing appropriate to their areas.
Education Lifeskills is a national provider of cognitive/behavioral life skills courses that address the underlying thinking errors that are associated with negative and at-risk behavior. Their unique cognitive restricting model, which is applied to self-directed learning curriculum, is an effective way to intervene and address the root cause of the problematic behaviors seen on today’s junior high and high school campuses.
Education Lifeskills is backed by ACCI (American Community Corrections Institute), which began developing cognitive life skills curriculum in 1975 for individuals that were trapped in the criminal justice system. As an extension of their objective to reduce recidivism, they have more recently begun to work directly with schools and districts to increase their intention capabilities and help them to decrease the school to prison pipeline.
ONEder Academy’s 8 Transition Courses focus on the “soft skills” employers say are fundamental to success in the workplace. Our Transition Curriculum was designed for transition-aged students with mild to moderate disabilities, to help them prepare for life after high school. Our courses cover a range of topics, including:Scope & SequenceLesson Plans & Activities
ONEder’s Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum helps students understand the full range of emotions, as well as differentiate and manage comfortable and uncomfortable feelings. ONEder Academy’s five SEL courses empower students to become social-emotional experts by guiding them through topics such as:
ONEder’s Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum helps students understand the full range of emotions, as well as differentiate and manage comfortable and uncomfortable feelings.
This standards-aligned, cross-curricular program is designed to promote personal financial education in grades 9 through 12 students and young adults aged 18 to 20. You can use Money Smart to add engaging and enriching activities to financial literacy and economics instruction. Extension activities support English Language Arts, Math, Social Studies and Economics, and Technology, while also helping your students build the foundation to become financially responsible adults.
This course educates young adults about the physical effects of all forms of tobacco use; including vaping, smoking, and chewing. The course was developed based on open-source resources such as the CDC, SmokeFree, American Lung Association, and others. In this course, students will explore ways to stop using tobacco, if they started, and ways to say no to tobacco products.
- Engaging video content
- Online instruction, lesson plans, and workbook
- Whole-group and independent models
- 9 different types of assessments
- Summative assessments
- Formative assessments
- View student progress online or via PDFs
- View individual student responses
- Decide when students can move on
- Assign students to retake assessments
Text and text-to-speech translation to 62 languages
Read aloud (text-to speech)
Pre- and Post-Course Assessments demonstrate student mastery of content.
As students complete activities, data is tracked, showing student progress toward goals and standards.
Differentiated instruction ensures that all students can access the curriculum.
Connect to Home activities increase family engagement.
A variety of activity types built according to UDL principles ensure students are able to demonstrate mastery of content.
A translation tool is available in over *60* languages, including Spanish.
Students are empowered to select their own accommodations.