Choosing a reading curriculum? Is your head spinning yet?
Category: Effective Teaching Blog
The research on effectively addressing student misbehavior set the first priorities on the removal of instructional vacuums and the replacement of inappropriate behavior with student on-task behavior.
The research on instructional interventions such as programs for students with Autism stresses the importance of early, intensive, instructional intervention.
When we examine educational interventions that allow low-performing students to close the gap with peers, we encounter a very important variable: the diagnosis and explicit teaching of critical prerequisite skills.
In medicine we have specific medical treatments for specific medical problems; so why is there so much variability for among teachers for the same problem?
As parents and teachers struggle to address the needs of a growing population of students with Autism, a number of guiding principles are emerging, mostly from recent medical research findings.