Giving directions can be an art form. Discrete trail training or teaching involves breaking down a task into discrete or small components. The teaching process can be long, but the instruction is actually brief! DTT is just good instruction and there are ways to embed it into natural instructions throughout the day in the classroom. The format is simple: 1) Instruction 2) Reponse 3) Feedback. Here is an example: 1) "Sally, sit down" 2) (Sally sits down) 3) "Nice listening, Sally!" The feedback piece wraps up the instruction and let's the learned know if they engaged in the behavior directed.
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