Toll Free
877.485.1973 | T: 541.485.1973 | F: 541.683.7543
 | P.O. Box 11248 | Eugene, OR 97440

Facebook footer  Tiwtter footer  LinkedIn footer  YouTube footer  Vimeo footer  Pinterest footer

How to Correct Discrimination Errors, Volume 2, Video In-Service

No vote
$39.95 each


Note: This is digital download, not a physical item. After you complete your purchase, you will receive an email with a zip file that contains the facilitator and participant print material, as well as a link to the actual video, which you can view online or download to your computer. You will need to be logged into your NIFDI account in order to download the zip file. It is recommended you use a desktop or laptop computer to download and open the zip file.

An important aspect of correcting errors is to identify “the part” of the exercise that a task belongs to. If a teacher can identify “the part” quickly, she can make a seamless error correction.  If a teacher has difficulty identifying “the part”, the error correction can confuse students and lead to a loss of student’s attention. Dissecting an exercise in a DI lesson to locate the parts can sometimes feel like a daunting task. This video in-service provides information and practice on how to identify the parts. 

Run Time: 25:38

Total In-service Time: Approximately 96 minutes

Participant Material:

  • Lesson Packet
  • Part-Firming Paradigm Handout Packet

Facilitator Support Material:

  • Volume 2 Facilitator's Guide
  • Follow-Up Form
  • Volume 2 Facilitator's Feedback Form

The NIFDI video in-services are designed to support school leaders in charge of managing Direct Instruction (DI) implementations. Through the guidance of the videos, participants will view demonstrations and receive information by expert DI trainers. Participants will also practice the skills being taught and receive feedback from the facilitator, who will follow a facilitator’s guide. In addition, these video in-services provide a model for district and building-level coaches, APIs (assistant principals of instruction) or building coordinators on how to sequence examples and focus on critical issues when training, as well as provide activities that promote mastery of the targeted skills.

List of the comments:
No comments have been posted yet.
You must be registered in order to post a comment

Shopping Cart

The cart is empty

Membership Button2


Module-Bottom-Button-A rev

Module-Bottom-Button-B rev

Module-Bottom-Button-C rev2

AmazonSmileModule 01