Most Direct Instruction programs are published by McGraw-Hill Education. You can find more information about these programs by following our links below to the publisher's website or by viewing their current catalog.
Find DI programs quickly with our 2014 Quick Find Table of Contents. It is a great companion to the McGraw-Hill Education catalog.
Also, please note that DISTAR Arithmetic is not listed in the current McGraw-Hill catalog; however the program is still available. For more information, please visit: https://www.mheonline.com/program/view/1/3/224/0076020231/. Pricing for this program can be obtained from the same website or you can download the DISTAR Arithmetic Cost Worksheet (McGraw Hill, 2014).
Sopris West and the University of Oregon Bookstore also publish several DI programs, including REWARDS, DISE and Understanding US History. These programs are also linked to the publisher's website below.
Because the DI programs are oriented toward students’ skill proficiency rather than their age or grade level, it is critical that teachers use the level of the DI programs that corresponds to their students’ current skill level. You can determine which level of the program matches your students’ current instructional needs by administering the placement tests contained in all DI programs. Find the administration instructions and placement tests here.
|Reading Mastery: Classic, Plus, Signature*|
|- pdf Download the Literature in Reading Mastery Signature Edition Booklet|
Language & Writing
|Language for Learning|
|Language for Thinking|
| Reading Mastery Signature Edition Language Arts Strand
|Reasoning & Writing|
|Cursive Writing Program|
|Connecting Math Concepts|
|Connecting Math Concepts: Comprehensive Edition (2012), Levels A-C*|
Connecting Math Concepts: Comprehensive Edition (2012), Levels D-F
|Essentials for Algebra|
|Spelling Through Morphographs|
|Direct Instruction Spoken English (DISE)|
|Direct Instruction Spoken English (DISE) 2|
|Español to English|
Found a program error?
Have you ever discovered an error in the DI programs? The programs are thoroughly vetted and field tested before publication, but sometimes errors still appear.
If you've found an error in a DI program, email the authors at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Engelmann-Becker Corporation (named after the founders of DI) is devoted to designing, field testing and refining the DI curricula both before and after they are published. The E-B Corp would be eager to learn of any errors you've found in the programs so they can note them and work with the publisher to correct errors before the next printing.
*Be sure to click on the "Learn More" button on the program's page to see the Common Core State Standards Correlations.