In this comprehensive webinar, TeachTown's Director of Solutions Engineers and Enablement, Dr. Ross Nesselrode, highlights the main features of enCORE K-12, an adapted curriculum uniquely designed for students with moderate to severe disabilities:
Meet your classroom's wide array of learning and behavioral needs with a strategic blend of hands-on, teacher-led instruction and technology-facilitated lessons. Every single unit and lesson segment in enCORE is structured to flow through a gradual release of responsibility, guiding students from exposure to mastery.
Whether modeling how to make a prediction during a read-aloud in a whole group setting, practicing single-digit addition in small groups with discrete trial training, or monitoring student progress during independent work time, enCORE helps you do it all because your students need it all.
With enCORE, teachers are empowered to structure their classrooms based on their students' individual needs, available technology, and with the support of professionals
One of the hallmarks of an effective educational program, especially for students with significant learning and/or behavioral challenges, is its alignment with Individualized Education Program (IEP) goals and learning objectives. At TeachTown, we deeply understand this principle.
Our curriculum software, enCORE, is designed to be flexible and adaptive. It isn't a one-size-fits-all solution; instead, it's a dynamic tool that recognizes the uniqueness of every student. Instruction is tailored to align with individual student IEP goals, ensuring that each lesson, activity, and assessment directly supports and enhances a student's personalized learning pathway.
To put it simply, academics and behaviors improve because learning is ‘just right’ for each student.
In addition to our responsive learning platform, enCORE boasts an expansive adapted reading library based on classic children’s literature, complete teacher guides, accompanying student workbooks, and additional classroom materials, like math and science manipulatives.
enCORE is consistently analyzing student progress and responding with tailored learning activities. You can be confident that your students are practicing within their zone of proximal development – not too easy or hard. When students are appropriately challenged, interfering behaviors decrease and student engagement and academic growth increase.