A DAI Model for Designing Instruction Based on IDEA

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Welcome to Pops Spedster And Company's DAI Model Home Page,

where special education students, teachers, parents/caregivers and home schoolers will find instructional materials for students with intellectual impairments, which are also appropriate charter school materials in regular education classes. Some ELL students might also benefit from the materials being offered on this site.

 

Developmentally Appropriate Instruction: A Process for Guiding the IDEA Process

 

DAI is based on the concepts mandated by IDEA. These concepts include -

 

1.     Consideration of Federally-sponsored programs.

2.     IDEiA transition requirements.

2.1.  Transition instruction

2.2.  Community Experiences in Instruction

2.3.  Employment and Post-school Outcome Instruction

2.4.  Daily Living Skill Instruction

2.5.  Functional Vocational Evaluation

2.6.  Summary of Performance

2.7.  Transition Assessment

 

3.     Community-based settings.

3.1 Public Transportation Settings

3.2 Work Experience Settings

3.3 Social Settings

3.4 Shopping settings

 

4.     Developmental appropriateness.

4.1 Individualized development as a basis for planning instruction

4.2  Designed around research-based Developmental Theories

 

5.     Developmentally appropriate instructional goals.

5.1 Community-based Social Skills

      5.11 Transportation Etiquette

      5.12 Transportation Skills

      5.13 Restaurant Etiquette

      5.14 Restaurant Skills

      5.15 Shopping Etiquette

      5.16 Shopping Skills

      5.17 Pedestrian Etiquette

      5.18 Pedestrian Skills

      5.19 Recreational Etiquette

      5.20 Recreational Skills

 

6.     Appropriate Accommodations and Supports.

6.1 Orthopedic Accommodations and Supports

6.2 Behavioral Accommodations and Supports

6.3 Language Accommodations and Supports

 

 

7.     An adaptive life skill curriculum.

7.1 Small Group Instructional Units

      7.11 Transition Instruction

      7.12 Community Experiences Instruction

      7.13 Employment and Post -School Outcome Instruction

      7.14 Daily Living Skill Instruction

 

 

7.2 Individualized Instructional Units

      7.21 Transition Instruction

      7.22 Community Experiences Instruction

      7.23 Employment and Post School Outcome Instruction

      7.24 Daily Living Skill Instruction

 

8.     Creating instructional tools for the ALS curriculum.

8.1 Adaptive Instructional Supports for Small Group Instruction

      8.11 Transition Instruction

      8.12 Community Experiences Instruction

      8.13 Employment and Post School Outcome Instruction

      8.14 Daily Living Skill Instruction

 

8.2 Adaptive Instructional Supports for Individualized Instruction

      8.21 Transition Instruction

      8.22 Community Experiences Instruction

      8.23 Employment and Post School Outcome Instruction

      8.24 Daily Living Skill Instruction

 

9.     Evaluating progress toward goals.

 

10. Planning for future instruction

CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING TO SEE RELATED PAGES.

 

CLICK HERE TO SEE AN ANALYSIS OF ASSESSMENT RESULTS

Baseline Instruction

 

CLICK HERE TO SEE A

PROCESS CHART FOR DAI.
DAI Process 

 

CLICK HERE TO READ A

THEORY OF HIERARCHICAL

INSTRUCTION STANDARDS.

Kemp's Hierarchy

 

CLICK HERE TO SEE

THE ENTIRE DAI

ASSESSMENT SYSTEM.

DAI Assessment

 

CLICK HERE TO SEE THE

VERBAL COMMUNICATION

DOMAIN OF THE DAI ASSESSMENT.

DAI Verbal Communication Domain

 

CLICK HERE TO SEE A DAI

INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN PROCESS

DAI Instructional Design Process



 


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