Moderate to Severe Teachers Use the Attainment Company Curriculum?

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  1. Aspieteacher47

    Aspieteacher47 Rookie

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    Aug 13, 2019

    Hello fellow special educators,
    I am starting with a brand new district after being in a prior district for about twenty years. I have been informed that the new district uses the Attainment Company Curriculum. Do any other teachers on this forum that teach students in the moderate/severe populations use this curriculum? Have you ever heard of this curriculum? What is your opinion of the curriculum. The district I used to work for, used the N2Y (Unique Curriculum) which I truly enjoyed using because it was so-age appropriate for my students. I teach students in the transition level (post-secondary). I am curious to hear your opinions about this curriculum if you like it or not and why?
    Aspieteacher
     
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  3. TeacherNY

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    The Attainment curriculum looks interesting but everything is sold separately so I'm assuming it's very expensive to use the curriculum for ALL subjects. I use N2Y current events for social studies and would love if they had something for all subjects.
     
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    I just started using the attainment this year in addition to ULS. I like what I have used so far but for my class it is still high. I have to do everything hand over hand. The company is fairly cooperative in sending additional picture supports if requested and if they have them. It is at least a starting point considering I had no direction before beyond ULS which doesn't cover everything.
     

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