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Tuesday, June 2 • 11:00am - 11:45am
Easy Ways to Intensify Any Instruction at Any Level

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I will introduce two research papers that outline ways to Intensify instruction at any level of intervention.  The first paper will is To Change the Things I Can: Making Instruction more Intensive (Reed & Stevenson, 2017).  The second form of information comes from an article in the Journal TEACHING, Exceptional Children, Titled Big Ideas In Special Education Specifically Designed Instruction, High Leveraged Practice, Explicit Instruction and Intensified Instruction by Paul J. Riccomini, Stephanie Morano, and Charles A. Hughes.  I will present the information from the articles and then discusses how we can implement this useful information.  

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Dr. Beth Cutrer

Brigham Young University
Elizabeth Cutrer-Párraga is passionate about teachers, children, schools and families. Prior to commencing her doctoral studies, she enjoyed a vibrant career as an educator, working as a special educator, elementary general education teacher, literacy specialist, English Language... Read More →
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Sheryl Vernon

School Psychologist, Central Utah Educational Services
Sheryl Vernon is a training School Psychologist at CUES, where she covers diagnostic testing for the region. She is currently attending BYU to obtain her EdS in School Psychology. Sheryl is helping to implement Positive Behavior Intervention Supports and Trauma In-Care implementation... Read More →

Tuesday June 2, 2020 11:00am - 11:45am MDT