Skip to main content
   
 

Sloan Publishing Home
Applied Behavior Analysis
Education
Anthropology
History
Infant Development
Gender Texts
Religion and Politics
Philosophy Through Film, 2/E
Political Science/International Affairs
Sociology Texts
Who We Are
What We Do
Submit a Proposal
Bookstore Information
Contact
Escape from Texas
Time, Space, and Number
galan
Democracy
BriefRomanHistory
LeBlanc ebook samples
Chase

 

 

 

The Morningside Model for Generative Instruction:
Bridging the Gap Between Skills and Inquiry Teaching

Kent Johnson
Elizabeth M. Street
Andrew Kieta
Joanne Robins

Available November 24, 2020
534 pages / paper / 978-1-59738-081-2 

Table of Contents
Request a Review Copy (faculty only)
Purchase a Paperback $89.95
Purchase an E-book $49.95

Sloan Publishing is very excited to announce a brand new book describing the Morningside Model of Generative Instruction!

At over 500 pages, this comprehensive work significantly expands on an earlier publication to provide a thorough overview of how best practices in behavioral education can bridge the seemingly endless divide between educators who build basic skills and those who aim to teach inquiry and thinking. This is a must-have for those interested in expanding from direct instruction and fluency-based instruction into higher order thinking and problem solving, as well as teachers looking to build solid foundations from which to continue inquiry-based approaches. 

For over 40 years, Morningside has investigated the most effective methods for developing learners, thinkers, and citizens. In this book, the authors describe a technology of instruction based on scientific research that has improved the academic performance of children at schools and agencies throughout the world. The Morningside Model of Generative Instruction combines curated curriculum, formal instruction, practice to fluency, and a focus on directly teaching functional thinking repertoires for generative responding. The result is expert and confident learners who apply skills and strategies to think about the world around them, continue to learn on their own, and solve problems of daily living.