Direct Instruction for Special Education?

Answer Direct Instruction, an educational technique developed in the 1960s by Siegfried Engelmann and Wesley Becker, requires teachers to deliver carefully planned, scripted and explicit lessons to their ... Read More »

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The Advantages of Using Direct Instruction With Special Needs Students?

Teachers strive to provide every student with the tools and knowledge to succeed in the classroom and beyond. Students with special needs usually require a more intense and focused approach. Siegfr... Read More »

Special education vision for children with special needs?

Not long, but remember that an optician has a vested interest in NOT correcting eye problems as they will get up to 70-odd years of loyal service by taking money from you for exams, lenses and brok... Read More »

How to Get General Education Teachers Trained to Work With Special Education Students?

In many cases, schools do not have the resources required to make sure that special education students are always taught by those with expertise that relates specifically to those types of students... Read More »

Special Education Training for General Education Teachers?

Teaching requirements vary from state to state, but a number of states require credentialed teachers to complete general education classes that include teaching methods for students with special ne... Read More »