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What is Learned Dependency?

When we teach skills and routines in ways that require our prompting to be a part of the routine, that student will be dependent on our prompting - forever. Students may learn that our prompt is a form of "turn-taking" that becomes . . . (to read the remainder of this article, please log in below.)
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