Ori's Transition Curriculum

The Ori Learning Transition Solution provides a comprehensive platform to support students with mild and moderate disabilities in preparing for a successful school-to-life transition. Our courses allow students to develop critical skills in employment readiness, emotional well-being, and financial literacy. 

Grades 7-12 and 18+ programs

Transition Curriculum Overview

Ori’s Transition Curriculum comes ready-made with all the tools teachers need to deliver engaging learning experiences and monitor student progress.  You can be confident that all students will be meaningfully engaged through interactive lessons, engaging content, translation, built-in accommodations, and more.

Support life and workplace readiness

Our curriculum target the skills that employers find most critical to success in the workplace, according to the Zarrow Center, and the key topics identified by The National Technical Assistance Center on Transition, NSTTAC, The Office of Disability Employment Policy, and Transition Tennessee.

More ways to teach and learn

The Ori platform provides multiple delivery models to support flexible instruction and promotes accessibility with translation to 136 languages, Text-To-Speech, Speech-to-text, text enlargement, video subtitles, and more.

Data that drives better outcomes
Our data reporting tools allow teachers and administrators to track and report student progress. Administrators also have access to district-level reports to monitor educator and student engagement.

Transition Curriculum Courses

Each of our courses focus on one of the eight areas that employers find are most critical to success in the workplace according to the Zarrow Center at the University of Oklahoma.

Students will learn to identify zinc articulate their own personal strengths and needs and will learn about character strengths that can help them to succeed in life after high school.

Students will learn to identify challenges and use strategies to help them overcome those challenges to improve post-school outcomes.

Students will learn the importance of self-advocacy and how to advocate for themselves in school, the workplace, and in life.

Students will understand the importance of self-determination and identify their personal motivations and interests. They will also learn how to combine this knowledge with the skills needed to demonstrate self-determination in order to achieve their goals.

Students will build interpersonal skills in the domains of communication and collaboration  and learn how to apply them in order to successfully take part in activities with other people at home, school, and in the workplace.

Students will learn how to set personal goals and will explore ways to successfully reach school, community, work, and life goals. They will also gain the skills be able to identify a goal and take actionable steps to reach that goal.

Students will learn to use appropriate communication skills to conduct social interactions at home, school, or in a community or work setting.

Students will explore the various career clusters and take interest inventories to identify their potential career paths. They will also learn the skills needed to research opportunities and companies, and begin the job application process.

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Social-Emotional Learning Curriculum

Empower students to explore themselves and gain unique perspective and appreciation for how their thoughts, ideas, and feelings impact themselves, others, and the places they live and work.


Students entering the workforce may lack the “soft skills” they need to become capable and successful adults. While educators do their best to prepare students for life and experiences after school, they often lack the necessary curricula and support.

Ori’s Transition curriculum supports special education students as they prepare for their next journey after school. Because the lessons meet the various goals outlined in each student’s IEP, classroom communities will thrive.