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  • Fishback Creek Public Academy
  • Indianapolis, IN
  • More than a third of students from low‑income households

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Our students need to be able to see objects being manipulated as a model for learning. It follows the "I Do It, We Do It, You Do It" instructional practice that is most effective for students with disabilities. When the students can see you physically manipulate the math objects, write out a sentence with correct pencil positioning, or correctly handle a book, they are then able to imitate that behavior themselves. This is especially important as we work virtually with students. If they are unable to observe our behaviors as instructors, they cannot imitate those behaviors as learners.

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Our students need to be able to see objects being manipulated as a model for learning. It follows the "I Do It, We Do It, You Do It" instructional practice that is most effective for students with disabilities. When the students can see you physically manipulate the math objects, write out a sentence with correct pencil positioning, or correctly handle a book, they are then able to imitate that behavior themselves. This is especially important as we work virtually with students. If they are unable to observe our behaviors as instructors, they cannot imitate those behaviors as learners.

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