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This must-have guide delivers a set of fifteen essential behavioral intervention techniques, supported by research and case studies that can be applied in any classroom.
Chapter 11: Fading: Providing Maximum Cues and Slowly Removing the Cues to Ensure Errorless Learning
Fading: Providing Maximum Cues and Slowly Removing the Cues to Ensure Errorless Learning
Fading as an Errorless Learning Tool Defined
Errorless learning is a specific strategy designed to reduce incorrect answering, so the student gains mastery over lesson content. In errorless learning, the teacher embeds the correct answer or enough information within the question so that the student has a strong probability of responding correctly.
Fading can be defined as the process of providing maximum cues to a student when teaching a task and then slowly removing the prompts or cues that are given. An important component of errorless learning is prompt fading, where the teacher gives the correct answer at the beginning and ...