direct instruction


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direct instruction

[də′rekt in′strək·shən]
(computer science)
An instruction containing the address of the operand on which the operation specified in the instruction is to be performed.
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Lessons were grounded in research evidence that indicated that direct instruction was valuable for children with multiple disabilities when the following research-based practices were applied: instruction was based on a thorough assessment; the object that was hidden was directly reinforcing to Jamie; visual attention to the object was established prior to occlusion; the object to be hidden was repeatedly named; and varied objects, varied barriers, and several instructors were used to support generalization (Bell & Richmond, 1984; Pasnak & Pasnak, 1987; Spence & Capt, 1994).
Then they estimated the impact on student learning of class time allocated to direct instruction versus problem solving.
The Direct Instruction (SRA) Curriculum will provide a foundation for the children as they transition to qualified and confident adults.
Subsequently, the aim of this project was to summarize and evaluate the subset of literature that has special relevance to the comparison of Multiple Intelligence and Direct Instruction.
One such program that has a long history is direct instruction (DI, Adams & Englemann, 1996).
Direct Instruction is a highly structured method of teaching reading, published by Science Research Associates, who used techniques such as teacher modeling, unison reading, and systematic review and practice to increase the time students are engaged in learning.
Her ability to do math has improved without any direct instruction from CLS in that subject.
Of the models studied, Direct Instruction (Full Immersion Model), based in Eugene (OR), and Success for All, based in Baltimore (MD), received the highest ratings.
was ordered to discard direct instruction in phonics--despite the method's overwhelming success, maintains Ghate.
The research that compared a variety of educational approaches found Direct Instruction techniques to be the most effective along all measures.
That means most of our students' musical learning takes place outside the bounds of our direct instruction.

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