Rainbow Centre Training & Consultancy

Structured Teaching and Systematic Instruction

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Description

Structured Teaching is used for several reasons – to facilitate receptive communication, promote learning support and independence, and reduce behaviour challenges. Systematic Instruction is a way of helping students learn and use new skills while doubling up as a framework for teachers to communicate about their students’ learning and level of independence. These are key skills teachers must master to work with persons with disabilities.

This course equips you with the know-how of Structured Teaching and Systematic Instruction. You will examine their fundamentals, how they help facilitate learning in persons with disabilities, and get plenty of learning opportunities to try them out in simulated peer teaching practices to perfect your skills.

Key Areas

  • Principles of Structured Teaching
  • Literature on Structured Teaching
  • Goals of Structured Teaching
  • Limitations of traditional methods in addressing challenges
  • Elements of Structured Teaching
  • Principles of Systematic Instruction
  • Literature on Systematic Instruction
  • Goals of Systematic Instruction
  • Types of Systematic Instruction

Outcomes

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify the principles of Structured Teaching and Systematic Instruction
  • Explain the rationale and procedures of using Structured Teaching and Systematic Instruction
  • Apply Structured Teaching and Systematic Instruction in the simulated context of peer teaching and learning practice