Using data to assess your instructional strategies is crucial for student success.
Summative assessment is the assessment that we use to measure a students achievement of targets and academic goals.
Formative assessments are usually informal assessments that teachers give to students to assess their progress and make instructional decisions about further instructional strategies.
The Prevalence of a disability in the population is a ratio, reflecting the proportional presence of that disability in relationship to the population as a whole.
Single subject research is done to validate interventions and other educational strategies for students with disabilities, especially children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Incidence is a term used to define the number of people identified with particular disabilities in the general population.
DRI/DRA is a technique used to eliminate problem behaviors, and can be used in single subject research rather than baseline (removing an intervention) especially in cases that involve dangerous or self-injurious behavior.
A step by step guide to making your own videos for video self modeling. Self modeling videos have proven to be powerful tools for students with disabilities to learn complex sets of behavioral and social repertoires.
A social narrative is a powerful tool to deal with difficult or inappropriate behavior.
Life skills are the skills your students need to acquire to live independently in your community.