Direct Instruction (DI) features explicit, rapid-paced instruction by which any student can learn. Validated by significant research and proven to be highly-successful, DI is a methodology that employs visual and auditory cues to teach students material as a class, in small groups, and individually.  Both an instructional tool and a specific delivery system, DI is a mastery-based program: ongoing instructional decisions are based on student performance, enabling students to achieve more and to achieve it faster.

Direct Instruction is used in the following Imagine Schools:

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