TeachingLD’s on-line tutorials feature instructional strategies and practices proven to be effective for students with learning disabilities. Authored by leading experts, each tutorial offers you the latest knowledge on ways to improve student learning.
Designed for pre- and in-service teachers, principals, curriculum directors, paraprofessionals, tutors, psychologists, and others interested in powerful approaches to teaching, each tutorial takes readers through critical steps for implementation and offers additional resources. They provide step-by-step directions for implementation, include details about materials, and point readers to additional resources.
You’ll need an audio application such as Real Player and a PDF application such as Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. Both are available free and take just minutes to install.
TLD‘s recommended format for citing Teaching Tutorials is as follows:
Blachman, B., & Murray, M. S. (2012). Decoding instruction. Teaching Tutorial, 7, 1-27.