Children with Disabilities

Planned Instructional Sequences (PInS)

Planned Instructional Sequences (PInS) is an evidence-based, highly individualized instructional practice. It is structured, specialized, and used to give a child the extra help they need to learn a specific skill or concept. This instructional practice might be used if a child has a very specialized or unique goal, or if a child is making very slow progress on their goal. Use these resources to help program staff learn how to use the four elements of PInS to teach specific skills to young children with disabilities.