Teaching Strategies that Work
Discover the best teaching practices for improving student learning, engaging students, assessing retention, and more.
Strategies for Reading Teachers
Research-Base Instructional Strategies
Visible Learning Strategies
It's sort of a buzz-word these days, but that doesn't negate its impact!
The research is solid.
The effects are real for students.
How do you integrate mindset strategies into your daily lessons and routines. It may just be the biggest strategy there is.
A growth mindset helps students:
- develop grit and determination
- find solutions to problems
- set goals and focus on them
- view effort and mistakes as necessary.
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Why Teaching Strategies Matter
You only have 60 minutes, or 90 minutes per subject. You have a range of student abilities. You have too many standards to teach.
...Add on interruptions, social and emotional learning, and any mistakes that occur.
Strategy matters because it minimizes the impact of all of these factors.
Instructional Strategies. You know students learn best when they are truly engaged in what they are learning. The best instructional strategies give students the right opportunities to explore, analyze, discuss, examine, practice, and receive feedback on the concepts and skills they are ready to learn.
Teaching without Strategy. Every course comes with teaching materials. You are usually provided with a teacher's edition of a textbook or a website with resources. Teaching without strategies is the same as being a mail delivery...deliver the teaching materials to the students. You are more the Amazon Prime - you are a strategic teaching professional!