Welcome to TeachTown’s expansive library of videos. Learn more about TeachTown’s educational solutions designed for students with moderate to severe disabilities, including autism spectrum disorder, by viewing the segments below. Complete with solution walkthroughs and examples, as well as general special education content, take some time to explore our video library and contact us for more information!
Tune in as our Director of Solutions Engineers, Ross Nesselrode, M.Ed., BCBA, chats with Annie I., a High School and Transition Teacher from Maui, HI, about her excitement around TeachTown!
Our K-12 adapted core curriculum, enCORE, along with our key interventions, produce positive learning outcomes for your students with moderate to severe disabilities. Don’t just take our word for it though. Listen to the success stories that Avon Community Schools has been experiencing since implementation!
Transition to Adulthood is built around evidence-based practices to meet the needs of individuals with autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disabilities, as well as developmental disabilities. It uses point-of-view video modeling, task analyses, computer-based lessons, teacher-delivered lessons and visual supports to teach a range of critical, functional skills.
TeachTown Social Skills has been designed for students with moderate and severe disabilities who often need extra support when it comes to mastering social skills. This comprehensive curriculum teaches socially-valid skills through animated video-modeling episodes, teacher-delivered lesson plans and student activities.
TeachTown’s Meta-Play solution offers a systematic, play-based approach to fostering the development of imagination and play skills in young children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), intellectual disabilities, developmental delays, and social and emotional disabilities.
enCORE High School curriculum drives measurable student improvement and IEP progression while ensuring all students have equitable, inclusive access to an adapted core curriculum that targets both general education standards via socially and developmentally-appropriate, research-based instruction and represents the diversity and multiculturalism of the population of students it serves.