Teacher-directed instruction isn't wrong! #2
What is the issue with peoples' spin on instructional methods?
This is the second in a series of posts about misinformation about systematic-explicit instructional practices. In the first post in this series, I discussed some of the problems with the logic about arguments challenging applied behavior analysis and Direct Instruction. In this post, I object to the challenges to those practices that are predicated on people’s images, their emotional reactions to those methods. What are the problems with the projections people harbor about DI and ABA?