Structured-Inquiry to Teach Science Content - Description

This Practice Description is a research-based practice based for students with disabilities based on one methodologically sound group experimental study with random assignment across 202 students with disabilities and two group experimental studies with random assignment demonstrating positive effects with weak research designs across 44 students with disabilities.

Self-Regulated Strategy Development (SRSD) to Teach Math - Description

This is a Practice Description for research-based practice for students with disabilities based on two methodologically sound single-case studies across 10 participants.  It is also a promising practice for students with hearing impairment based on one methodologically sound single-case studies across one participant; for students with specific learning disabilities based on one methodologically sound single-case studies across four participants; for students with speech-language impairments based on one methodologically so

Supplemental Materials to Teach Complex History Content - Description

This Practice Description is a research-based practice for students with disabilities based on one methodologically sound group experimental study with random assignment across 36 students with disabilities.  It is also a research-based practice for students with learning disabilities based on one methodologically sound group experimental study with random assignment across 33 students with learning disabilities. 

Self-Advocacy Strategy - Student Participation in IEP - Description

This is a Practice Description that is a research-based practice for students with disabilities based on three methodologically group experimental studies with random assignment and three methodologically sound single-subject studies across 71 students with disabilities and also s a research-based practice for students with learning disabilities based on three methodologically sound group experimental studies with random assignment and two methodologically sound single-subject studies across 56 students with learning disabilities.