[R-0100] S2. Instructional Strategies

Citation: U.S. Office of Special Education Programs. (2013). Scaffolding strategies, National Professional Development Center on Inclusion (NPDCI). Landing Pad. Retrieved from http://npdci.fpg.unc.edu/scaffolding-strategies or type “Scaffolding strategies, National Professional Development Center on Inclusion NPDCI” into your search window.

Abstract: This landing pad provides links to research, policies, and position statements (Why Do It?), print materials (Read All About It), videos and DVDs (See for Yourself) and web resources (Find It Online) to support the acquisition and application of information related to scaffolding strategies such as modeling, response prompting, variations of prompting and modeling, peer supports and corrective feedback.

Integration: The information presented on this landing pad fits well with content presented in the early childhood courses Child, Family and Community; Curriculum Planning; Introduction to Early Childhood; Exploration Activities and Language and Literacy Experiences.

Content Focus: Child, Family and Community; Corrective Feedback; Curriculum Planning; Exploration Activities; Inclusion; Introduction to Early Childhood; Language and Literacy Experiences; Modeling; Peer Supports; Response Prompting; Scaffolding Strategies

Notes: Have each student choose a resource and demonstrate to the class the skill, strategy or intervention they learned and plan to practice as a teacher in an early childhood inclusive setting.