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Explicit Instruction, Part 1: Exploring the Foundations of Explicit Instruction

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Presenter:
Charles Hughes, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University, and Courtney Dexter, Ph.D., Dallas ISD
Original air date:
09/02/2020
Length in minutes:
60
Product Number:
WEB2003A
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Explicit Instruction, Part 1: Exploring the Foundations of Explicit Instruction

HLP Webinar Series ‐ HLP #16, Use explicit instruction

As an effective teacher, you make sure your students learn to solve problems, complete tasks, and use that learning beyond one single lesson. Explicit Instruction (EI) can help you design and deliver the most successful learning opportunities for all your students.

After this webinar, you’ll be able to answer these questions:

  • What are the underlying principles of effective teaching?
  • Which elements of EI address the principles of effective teaching?
  • What research supports EI?

This webinar is part of our High‐Leverage Practice (HLP) Webinar Series. Developed by CEC and the CEEDAR Center, the HLPs are 22 practices every K‐12 special education teacher should master and be able to demonstrate. 

Learn more about the HLPs!

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