Evidence Based Practice Library

Increasing or Decreasing Attendance: Guided Watching

During the Guided Watching, teachers adjust instruction based on student needs and comprehension. A critical component of instruction is the systematic use of prompting procedures. When providing instruction to students, a teacher or paraprofessional can use minimal prompts or increase assistance depending on the needs of each student. 

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Increasing Assistance: Exit Ticket 

Teachers use supplemental materials to include all students in activities. Learn more


Task Attendance, Prompting & Motivation: Warm-Up

Teachers increase motivation and time-on-task attendance, laying the foundation for Workplace Behavior Training. Learn More


Task Attendance, Prompting & Motivation: Guided Watching

Teachers can use the Thumbs Up engagement strategy to increase motivation and time-on task attendance. Learn more


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