Archive for the ‘Bridging the Gap’ Category

Adult Learning Principle #4: Practicing Intervention Strategies in Real-Time

Think about it. How did you learn to drive? Sure, you read the driving manual, went to a … Continue reading

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Adult Learning Principle #1: Making Intervention Immediately Relevant

We could call this one the “what’s in it for me?” principle. We know how we are…as adults, … Continue reading

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Adult Learning Principle #2: Linking New Learning to Prior Knowledge

If we think about the best way to make the biggest difference in a child’s development, it makes … Continue reading

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Top 5 List for Adopting Coaching Practices

Is this you? Are you learning about using the coaching interaction style and finding that you’re stressed by … Continue reading

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Which Activity is Really Routines-Based?

Today let’s think about what “routines-based” intervention really means. See if you can spot the similarities and differences … Continue reading

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