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training module:

Module Description - Instructional Outcomes - Instructional Events
Instructional Evaluation - Discussion List


To complete this module, you will need to:


Study the module content.


Complete "Steps to Complete" for each of the Model Phases (1-10) on the CATS website using a student of your own or the case study provided.


Study other resources and report on additional information related to the module topics.


Complete the "Tasks for Completion and Discussion" included in this module.

Tasks for Completion and Discussion

There are 6 "Task for Completion and Discussion" activities that you will be asked to respond to throughout the module. These tasks are designed to assist your understanding and provide opportunities for implementation, additional practice, and reflection on the topic content.


1. What is the CATS Model?
2. Where to begin - Assemble the Team.
(Task for Completion #1)
3. Reviewing current opportunities to travel, exploring new environments and activities, and selecting a travel opportunity.
(Task for Completion #2)
4. Developing all possible routes to or during an activity and evaluating travel options for the student.
(Task for Completion #3)
5. Evaluating the steps of the selected travel opportunity and the student's ability to complete each step.
(Task for Completion #4)
6. Determine needed supports and modifications.
(Task for Completion #5)
7. Develop and implement a travel plan.
(Task for Completion #6)
8. Bibliography

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