Transition Curriculum: Prepare your Students for Life After School

The Ori Transition Curriculum for students with mild and mild to moderate disabilities provides teachers with ready-made, high-quality instructional materials to prepare their students for success after school. Designed for ages 14+, Ori offers a comprehensive solution for supporting your school or district’s special education transition program with everything needed to teach the critical skills needed for successful student outcomes while automatically tracking student progress toward IEP goals.


Turnkey Transition Curriculum

Enable high-quality, consistent instruction throughout your district or school with our turnkey solution.

Age-appropriate and Engaging

Ori provides 150+ interactive lessons that prepare students to achieve successful employment and meaningful lives.

Better Outcome and Access

 Our curricula are full of engaging activities, built-in accommodations, and translation to 136 languages in order to support access for all of your students.

Transition Curriculum for Special Education

Comprehensive and Ready-to-Teach

Ori’s comprehensive transition curriculum provides online lesson content, assessments, and companion materials that automatically track progress. Provide your teachers with everything they need to improve outcomes and demonstrate compliance.

  • 150+ Lessons with interactive activities, engaging videos, and more
  • Lesson plans for every lesson
  • Formative and Summative assessments built with UDL principles
  • Modifiable, printable worksheets and connect to home activities in Google Docs and other formats


Our research-based courses target the critical skills to achieve and maintain employment for students with disabilities, according to the Zarrow Center at the University of Oklahoma, and the key topics identified by:

Transition Courses

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

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 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

Gives educators the flexibility to implement the program in a variety of settings. Our courses align to the 5 Core Competencies identified by CASEL (The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning).