Fast Track PDF Workbook Licenses for SPED (10 to 99 Workbooks)
Ten Sigma is proud to offer a fillable PDF version of the Starting Line Fast Track student workbook.
The Starting Line Fast Track is a complete, student-driven Transition curriculum that guides students to identify and achieve meaningful postsecondary goals,
NOTE: Each student participating in this program requires their own PDF license.
Each Fast Track fillable PDF student workbook includes:
- 12 Transition Assessments
- 31 Transition Activities
- 49 Transition Tasks
Price is per license when ordering 10 to 99 fillable PDF workbook licenses and a minimum order of 10 licenses is required.
Starting Line Program Summary:
The Starting Line Fast Track program is a complete, student-driven Transition curriculum designed to guide students through the process of identifying and achieving their postsecondary goals.
The program guides students through numerous assessments and activities which are designed to help them identify their wants, interests, strengths, and needs. Based on what they discover, students continue to refine their future options and become more aware of their opportunities and responsibilities.
Then students begin the process of taking ownership for their Postsecondary goals by writing their own goals. Students also assess their Transition readiness and identify their strengths and needs along with a checklist of important tasks and a timeline for completing them.
Next, students are guided through a series of tasks which prepares them to reach their postsecondary goals.
By the end of the program, students are more confident and prepared to make a successful transition to adult life because of the work they have done in the Starting Line Fast Track program.
How to Begin Using the Fast Track:
Districts or teachers begin the Starting Line program, by purchasing one Fast Track Fillable PDF Workbook License for each student participating in this program requires their own PDF license.
The Fast Track is flexible and also works for programs with 18 to 22 year old students, alternative programs, and correctional institutions.