Review by: Erik Carter, Vanderbilt University
"Powerful and practical strategies for connecting students with significant disabilities to high-quality instruction . . . comprehensive and accessible, yet firmly anchored to research-based practices."
Review by: Marti Snell, University of Virginia
"Will guide teachers through the complex steps of applying systematic instruction in classrooms, schools, and communities."
Review by: Harold Kleinert, Professor, Dept. of Rehabilitation Sciences, College of Health Sciences, University of Kentucky
"A tremendously needed and highly readable text on research-based strategies for teaching students with moderate and severe disabilities."
Review by: Kevin Ayres, The University of Georgia
"Exactly what a methods textbook should be . . . does an excellent job of covering systematic instructional procedures and provides clear and detailed examples of implementation. This is sure to become a foundational textbook in behavioral methods of instruction courses and will serve as a fantastic resource for teachers in the field."
Review by: Dr. Debra Leach, Assistant Professor of Special Education, Winthrop University
"Every teacher of students with disabilities should be well-versed in the use of the systematic instruction procedures shared in this book."