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Direct Instruction: The Tools to Teach Students to Read

Pam Judge has experienced the benefits of DI, many times over. Having first been introduced to Reading Mastery Fast Cycle while teaching Year 2 and 3 students in a mid-west Western Australian country town in the 1980s. Pam detailed her experience in an article for Bulletin published by the Learning Difficulties Australia in October 2014...

Noel Pearson: Scaling up success in majority Indigenous schools

At a recent event called Scaling up success in majority Indigenous schools, Noel Pearson, distinguished orator, and Founder and Co-Chair of Good to Great Schools, spoke about Direct Instruction (DI), specifically his experience with DI programs in two primary schools in Cape York.

DI Success: Washington School District Boosts Literacy with Direct Instruction

Learn how implementing Direct Instruction has seen an increase in student confidence and achievement and enhanced the quality of special education in Washington area's Sumner School District.