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Planned Instructional Sequences

Gain an in-depth understanding of the four elements of Planned Instructional Sequences (PInS) to teach discreet skills to young children with disabilities.

Presentation Slides (PDF)

Presentation Slides – Spanish (PDF)

Presenter's Notes (PDF)

Presenter's Notes – Spanish (PDF)

Certificate of Completion

Certificate of Completion (PDF)

Presentation Handouts

Child Assessment Worksheet (PDF)

Child Observation Form (PDF)

Matching Game and Template (PDF)

Role Play: Effective PInS Checklist (PDF)

Planned Instructional Sequence Module Session Evaluation Form (PDF)


Child Response

Examples of Cues

Examples of Help

Examples of PInS

PInS: Child’s Goal – Asking for Help

PInS: Child’s Goal – Following Two-Step Directions

PInS: Child’s Goal – Imitating Actions

PInS: Child’s Goal – Labeling Letters

PInS: Child’s Goal – Learning Size Concepts – Error Correction

PInS: Child’s Goal – Requesting Objects From Peers – Error Correction 1

PInS: Child’s Goal – Requesting – Error Correction 2

PInS: During Song

PInS: Following Directions

PInS: Incorrect Child Response – Error Correction

PInS: Naming Letters

PInS: Positive Teacher Feedback

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