TeachTown Basics is an evidence-based blended learning curriculum designed for students who are developmental ages 2 – 10 and chronological ages 2 – 22. Through teacher-led and computer-assisted instruction, TeachTown Basics addresses functional skills and foundational academics across 6 domains: Adaptive Skills, Cognitive Skills, Language Development, English Language Arts (ELA), Mathematics and Social-Emotional Learning. Machine learning drives personalized instruction and automates data collection aligned to student IEPs and skill level.
Independent academic researchers have studied the effectiveness of TeachTown Basics for nearly 2 decades.
From rigorous single-case designs in early childhood classrooms to studies of multiple schools with hundreds of student participants in large urban districts, all studies point to the same conclusion: TeachTown Basics works for students with moderate to severe disabilities.
The Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)-based curriculum drives measurable student growth across learning and development domains, resulting in a measurable and consistently positive impact for students with moderate to severe disabilities from early childhood through their transition years.