TeachTown® is Excited to Offer a Range of
Programs and Services!
Programs and Services!
"We first participated in a pilot of TeachTown and have since purchased the program. From the very beginning, teachers raved about TeachTown's easy navigation and high levels of student engagement with targeted academic and social skills. Students who struggle with inattention are completing multiple tasks and enjoying learning! Students who require one-on-one instruction are developing more independence. TeachTown is an excellent instructional tool to promote student growth."
Director of Special Services
Harrison School District
The Meta-Play Method offers a play-based, systematic approach to fostering the development of imagination and related social and cognitive skills in young children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), developmental delays, intellectual disabilities, and social and emotional disabilities.
TeachTown Basics provides an ABA- and evidence-based curriculum that addresses the academic, cognitive, and social/emotional challenges faced by students with developmental delays, intellectual disability (ID), and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
The only standards-based, core-curriculum that provides students with moderate and severe disabilities access to the general education curriculum utilizing adapted grade-aligned content, high quality children’s literature and integrated technology.
TeachTown Social Skills
TeachTown Social Skills is a comprehensive, character-based video modeling curriculum that targets a range of social and emotional learning needs in the areas of communication, social interaction, pragmatics, self-management, problem solving and emotional awareness.
The newly combined curriculum targets a total of 85 skills designed to teach socially significant behaviors across the elementary and middle school domains. The beloved TeachTown characters “grow up” during the transition from elementary to middle school ensuring that the 3-4 minute animated episodes continue to provide relevant models as students get older.
BE SAFE is a safety education program that teaches teens and adults with special needs how to interact safely with law enforcement and emergency personnel.
Transition to Adulthood
A comprehensive curriculum designed to teach students with disabilities in secondary and post-secondary programs critical skills to increase independence, community access, and employability.