Communicating High Expectations - General Education/Learning and Behavior Disorders
What is the "Communicating High Expectations" instructional strategy?
With "Communicating High Expectations", the teacher clearly communicates to students with regard to what they will be expected to do during a particular activity, providing a positive statement about their ability to perform at that level. This both helps the students to be aware of the expectations and to have confidence in their ability.
What are the "General Education/Learning and Behavior Disorders" videos?
The General Education and LBD videos focus on the application of the entire range of Primary Level strategies to typical students and/or those with mild Learning and Behavior Disorders. The videos represent a cross section of student ages, group sizes, and instructional focus.
The following is a list of all of the Primary Level training videos involving the "Communicating High Expectations" instructional strategy being used with General Education/LBD students that are available for viewing.
(NOTE: All videos are in a streaming WMV file format, and clicking on the "Play video" link will open up Windows Media Player on your computer. Instructions for playing WMV files on a Macintosh computer can be found on this web page.)
|Video Names||Video Descriptions||Video Run Times||Video Links|
|B1||This video demonstrates the instructional strategies of Structure and
Consistency, Communicating High Expectations, Opportunities to
Respond, and Specific Praise within a Behavior instructional
These strategies are being used in a Middle School, Group Instruction context with General Education/LBD students and Autism/MSD students.
|1 minute, 4 seconds||Play video|
|M2||This video demonstrates the instructional strategies of Communicating
High Expectations, Practice, and Formative Assessment within
a Math instructional focus.|
These strategies are being used in a Elementary School, Individual Instruction context with General Education/LBD students.
|27 seconds||Play video|