Graduated Sequence of Instruction to Teach Math - Description

This is a Practice Description that is research-based practice for students with disabilities based on one methodologically sound group and three methodologically sound single-case studies across 60 students with disabilities and for students with learning disabilities based on one methodologically sound group and three methodologically sound single-case studies across 48 students with learning disabilities.

Anchored Instruction to Teach Math - Practice Description

This is a Practice Description that is an evidence-based practice for students with disabilities based on three  methodologically sound group experimental studies with random assignment across 523 participants with disabilities; for students with intellectual disabilities based on two  methodologically sound group experimental studies with random assignment across 138 participants with intellectual disabilities; for students with other health impairment based on two  methodologically sound group experimental studies with random assignment a

SOLVE-IT to Teach Math - Practice Description

This is a Practice Description that is research-based practice for students with disabilities based on one methodologically sound group experimental study with random assignment across 161 participants (78 with disabilities and 83 average achieving students) and two methodologically sound single-case studies across nine participants with disabilities and for students with learning disabilities based on one methodologically sound group experimental study with random assignment across 161 participants (78 with disabilities and 83 average achieving students). 

Self-Management Instruction to Teach Math - Description

This Practice Description is a research-based practice for students with disabilities based on four methodologically sound single-subject studies across 18 students with disabilities.  It is also a research-based practice for students with emotional and behavioral disorders based on three methodologically sound single-subject studies across 10 students with emotional and behavioral disorders.