Offer your students the ONLY standards-based, core-curriculum based on applied behavior analysis (ABA) that provides access to the general education curriculum.
enCORE is the only standards-based, core-curriculum based on applied behavior analysis (ABA) that provides students with moderate and severe disabilities access to the general education curriculum.
The solution is designed to utilize adapted grade-aligned content, high quality literature and integrated technology for teaching children with autism, as well as other intellectual and developmental disabilities.
enCORE’s two classroom libraries – one each for grades K-8 contain hundreds of engaging fiction and non-fiction books written at each of three levels – for those students needing the most support to those needing less. Each book provides visual supports in the story and anchors the instruction contained in the enCORE lessons.
The integrated technology provides teachers easy access to enCORE lessons. enCORE’s teacher-delivered lessons support all the ways you use technology in your classroom. enCORE’s lessons are designed to be used with your whole class, in small groups, or with individual students and automates the selection and delivery of lessons while providing real-time data tracking.
enCORE offers a blended approach of hands-on learning, technology-facilitated lessons, and individualized, technology-delivered instruction. Based on evidence-based practices (EBP) and the most current research on addressing the academic needs for this complex student population. Lesson plans are scripted, providing teachers with a step-by-step guide and technology-aided instruction.
An enCORE Teacher License is all you need to get started!
Whether it is an interactive whiteboard, desktop, laptop, or tablet device – enCORE enables teaching of the general curriculum in an easy to use technology that your students will enjoy.
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Through enCORE’s adaptive software, students are provided access to the general curriculum, automatic data collection, and embedded supports to meet the needs of every learner.
Available in print and online, enCORE lesson plans are laid out in an easy to follow consistent design across all four learning domains. Lesson plans contain explicit and systematic instruction across a variety of learning modalities. There are twelve special educator guides across enCORE’s K-2 and 3-5 grade spans. Each guide covers three enCORE Units – for a total of 36 Units from K-5.
Available in print and online, each enCORE unit contains a Unit Assessment covering key skills and reflecting the form of alternative assessment your students are likely to encounter.
Available in print and online are hundreds of engaging fiction and non-fiction books written at each of three levels, divided into two classroom libraries – one each for grades K-2 and 3-5. Each book provides visual supports in the story and anchors the instruction contained in the enCORE lessons.
Available in print and online are activity worksheets for students that can be purchased as a per student booklet.
The enCORE manipulatives kit includes all of the hands-on materials you will need, and that will thoroughly engage your students.
All student data – including student recordings of expressive responses – is integrated into one reporting platform. Reporting is available at the district, school/campus, classroom, and individual student level. Data from teacher led and independent student-led lessons is combined thereby providing an ongoing and accurate picture of student performance and progress.
enCORE supports reporting student performance by domain and skill, IEP goals, and state standards. All student data is captured – whether they are using enCORE at school, at home – anywhere students are accessing the curriculum.
enCORE’s unit assessments are specifically written and aligned to each unit. The scope, sequence and instructional scaffold allow educators to monitor student progress on skills across academic domains using one assessment for all students.
Based on student responding, the assessment indicates the level of support or understanding of the content prior to instruction, helping to guide instructional decisions and pacing. For example, after a ceiling of two or more incorrect responses the assessment indicates what level of question the student was able to answer, helping teachers to identify the level of support that each student requires within the unit. Point to the picture of the eyes. Unit 2, SCI Level 1, Question 12 Teacher Script: These are eyes. Point to the other picture that shows eyes.
To meet the needs of all students, enCORE’s unit assessments are available on multiple platforms. Unit Assessments are printed in the Teacher Testing Manual and via interactive, technology-based lessons. Paper-and-pencil assessments are designed to look and feel like statewide alternate assessments.
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