Characteristics of Effective Instruction
Every child with a learning disorder is unique. Consequently, instruction and intervention provided to children with LDs and other disabilities should be carefully tailored to individual needs and abilities. Instruction should be tied to clear, developmentally-appropriate goals, and it should be systematic, incremental, and frequently assessed for efficacy. While no two individualized programs of education will be the same, there are some features that are common to high-quality instruction:
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