- How the videos are designed:
- Introduction and definition of each HLP
- Brief review of the research
- Several brief videos of general education and special education teachers implementing the practice
- What the videos are:
- A resource to augment training/professional learning
- A demonstration of HLP practice across degrees of intensity
- A portrayal of teachers’ implementation of an HLP
- A demonstration of practices that can be used with all students, not only those with disabilities
- What the videos are not:
- A complete resource for training/professional learning
- A demonstration of each tier across various settings
- A depiction of all features of quality instruction/student engagement
- Promoting the use of practices that would replace the need for intense, data-driven decisions and interventions provided by special educators or other specialists
While permission to use this video is not necessary, the citation should be: Kennedy, M. J., Peeples, K. N., Romig, J. E., Mathews, H. M., & Rodgers, W. J. (2018). High-leverage practices #8 & #22: Provide positive and constructive feedback to guide students’ learning and behavior. https://highleveragepractices.org/701-2-3/.
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