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Why Teach to Mastery

Why Teach to Mastery

Teaching students with learning disabilities can be challenging. One teaching strategy that has been proven effective with data is direct instruction. Direct instruction follows this direction: Introduction, Guided Practice, and Independent practice.

Inclusive teaching practice for students with developmental delays: In order for you as an educator to know that your student with a developmental delay is learning, try the Direct Instruction Approach

Direct instruction is a crucial component of special education programs. Our students require direct instruction in order to learn, master and generalize skills. Here are some tips to help make your direct instruction time easier.

Direct Instruction Hacks For Special Education Classrooms

Classroom strategies for special education, resources for teachers, tips for teaching to the different levels & how to get students up and learning.

Direct Instruction Work Centers: a peek into how we organize and run direct instruction centers in our self-contained special education classroom. These ideas are perfect for students with autism, multiply disabled students, and other students in special education.

Direct Instruction Work Centers

Direct Instruction Work Centers: a peek into how we organize and run direct instruction centers in our self-contained special education classroom. These ideas are perfect for students with autism, multiply disabled students, and other students in special

Direct Instruction Data: ideas for organizing direct instruction centers and for taking data. Ideal for special education classrooms, autism, AVB and ABA.

Direct Instruction Data

Direct Instruction Data: ideas for organizing direct instruction centers and for taking data. Ideal for special education classrooms, autism, AVB and ABA.

10 great activities for teaching homophones.  Great for both direct instruction and literacy centers.

10 engaging hands-on activities for teaching homophones. Great for direct instruction and centers!

This is a great diagram to have in the classroom to implement scaffolding. Duffy emphasized how important it is to scaffold in the classroom and assist into that transition into independent work. The diagram of I do, We do, You do is a great way to remind the chidlren of this strategy.

This is a great diagram to have in the classroom to implement scaffolding. The diagram of I do, We do, You do is a great way to remind the chidlren of this strategy. Only more "mature" for my middle years kids!

This checklist includes a variety of strategies that the teacher can either teach through direct instruction, or display for their students to use on their own while reading a text. These strategies will help students ensure that they are comprehending everything in a text.

Making Your Thinking Visible With Graphic Organizers

INSTRUCTION: I like the idea of having a very clear reading comprehension strategy checklist that students can access. This checklist would allow for students to easily find and use a comprehension strategy when necessary.

Direct Instruction Work Centers: a peek into how we organize and run direct instruction centers in our self-contained special education classroom. These ideas are perfect for students with autism, multiply disabled students, and other students in special education, especially if they are older.  Read more at:  http://www.mrspspecialties.com/2015/11/direct-instruction-work-centers.html

Direct Instruction Work Centers

Direct Instruction Work Centers: a peek into how we organize and run direct instruction centers in our self-contained special education classroom. These ideas are perfect for students with autism, multiply disabled students, and other students in special

Teach your students to analyze fiction and nonfiction texts as well as print and visual texts using this gradual release process. Begin with direct instruction and scaffold students to independent practice using a wide array of engaging analysis activities. Perfect for high school classrooms. Analyzing texts lesson or complementary activities for your existing curriculum from Reading and Writing Haven.

Analyzing Texts Bundle

Teach your students to analyze fiction and nonfiction texts as well as print and visual texts using this gradual release process. Begin with direct instruction and scaffold students to independent practice using a wide array of engaging analysis activitie

Direct Instruction Data- explanation of how she and her paras take date and a freebie

Direct Instruction Data

Direct Instruction Data: ideas for organizing direct instruction centers and for taking data. Ideal for special education classrooms, autism, AVB and ABA.

Engage your high school English students with a fun rhetorical analysis unit that includes sticky notes. This complete unit includes an editable PowerPoint for direct instruction, organizers, writing prompts, and rubrics.

Rhetorical Analysis Unit with Sticky Notes: Activities, Writing, and PowerPoint

Engage your high school English students with a fun rhetorical analysis unit that includes sticky notes. This complete unit includes an editable PowerPoint for direct instruction, organizers, writing prompts, and rubrics.

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