Planned Instructional Sequences (PInS) is a highly individualized teaching practice. Use the four elements of PInS to teach specific skills to young children with disabilities.
Inclusion Lab is a mobile application for Head Start disability services coordinators who support program staff. Learn highly individualized practices that are responsive to each child’s unique learning needs.
These pictures and visuals help present important information in a way that children can understand and use. They encourage engagement and learning in many different settings, routines, and activities.
Use these stories to teach children a variety of social skills and norms. Print and personalize the story for a specific child and read it one-on-one when the child is calm and relaxed.
Watch these short videos to learn about individualized instructional strategies, such as trial teaching and prompts, to help children with special needs obtain the skills and concepts they are trying to learn.
These short training suites help Head Start staff across all program settings learn how to use highly individualized teaching practices to make sure infants and toddlers with disabilities participate and learn alongside their peers.
Explore resources to understand and meet the learning needs of infants and toddlers with disabilities through the use of highly individualized teaching strategies. Learn about the importance of strong partnerships with families and early intervention agencies.
This Inclusion Series webinar explores powerful individualized strategies to support social and emotional learning for children with disabilities and suspected delays.
Explore what current research says about strategies to individualize instruction for children who are dual language learners (DLLs) who also have a disability.
Explore responsive environments and interactions that support infants and toddlers with disabilities or suspected delays as they grow and learn across the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework (ELOF) domains.