“Interactive Modeling is a straightforward, seven-step technique that’s very effective for teaching procedures and routines, such as walking safely in the hallway, and social and academic skills, such as listening respectfully and highlighting important ideas in a text. Parents and coaches can also use this technique to teach children skills, from putting dishes away carefully to running the bases safely. In brief, Interactive Modeling is a great way to teach any routine or skill that needs to be done in one specific way (for safety, efficiency, or other reasons).”

— from Interactive Modeling: A Powerful Tool for Teaching Children

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