In this lesson, you will hear from practitioners and family leaders as they share their expertise and perspectives on using instructional practices. Click on one or more of the following to listen.
Click on one or more of the following to listen.
Pam Dawson talks about Tele-Intervention (TI), which is virtual service delivery model. Pam discusses the benefits and challenges of TI and provides strategies for successful implementation. Listen >
Denise Binder shares information about Practice-Based Coaching (PBC), a relationship-based method of professional development. PBC uses a three-component cycle of goal setting, focused observation, and feedback to build provider and caregiver capacity to promote adult-child interaction. Listen >
Irlanda Jimenez talks about the various ways practitioners can use visual supports to facilitate learning among young children who are dual language learners. Irlanda empathizes the importance of providing concrete examples of things the child might have experience with—as well as creating that experience, if necessary--in order to facilitate the child’s participation in a given activity. This clip is used with permission from The IRIS Center. (2015) and Irlanda. Dual Language Learners with Disabilities: Supporting Young Children in the Classroom. Retrieved from https://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/module/dll/ Listen >