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Posted on Sep 16, 2014 in Autism Spectrum Disorder

Errorless Learning Strategies

As the name implies, errorless learning refers to teaching procedures that are designed in such a way that the learner does not have to (and does not) make mistakes as he or she learns new information or new procedures. Errorless learning has been contrasted with trial and error learning in which the learner attempts a task and then benefits from feedback, whether the attempt was correct or incorrect.

From a tutorial for Errorless Learning by LearNet

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This video was filmed at Richardson Park Elementary School and Richardson Park Learning Center.