Here are 5 specific and practical strategies, along with associated tools, that promote deep learning in virtual and physical classrooms.
In a physical classroom, the beginning, middle, and end play important roles but with more flexibility and opportunities for collaboration.
In project-based learning, passion and creativity are as critical to plan for as assessment and collaboration.
5 Teaching Strategies To Keep Students From Turning Off Their Brains by Judy Willis M.D., M.Ed., radteach.com Dr. Judy Willis–resident brain investigator at Edutopia and TeachThought–is a neurologist turned educator whose work (much of which can be found on her own blog, radteach.com) focuses on the brain–how it works, and how teachers can respond. Her video below, produced…
These 50+ teaching strategies includes literacy strategies, approaches to assessment, and grouping strategies to use across grade levels and content areas.
by Grant Wiggins, Ph.D, Authentic Education When Stanford Professor Lee Shulman was first enmeshed in the research that led to Board certification of teachers by NBPTS, I asked him – in a hotel bathroom, of all places – what interesting findings were turning up about great teachers as compared to the rest. He replied: “Well, you might…
“6 Instructional Shifts to Promote Deep Learning” by Susan Oxnevad was originally publish on gettingsmart.com Technology is a powerful tool for learning that can be used effectively to help students develop the skills necessary to succeed in school and beyond. Students can develop transferable knowledge and skills as they engage in learning experiences that require them to construct…
Teaching strategies for student metacognition include modeling it, defining it, and clarifying how it helps them beyond the classroom.
I found myself becoming increasingly frustrated in the classroom, less tolerant, less friendly, and worst of all, sarcastic. I was utterly exhausted.
Effective teaching about the Holocaust requires asking students the right questions, and that is the beginning of any inquiry-based lesson.
Marzano’s 9 Instructional Strategies include non-linguistic representations, generating and testing hypotheses, and summarizing and note-taking.
Bloom’s Spiraling is the process of starting first at lower levels of Bloom’s–recalling, defining, explaining, etc.–and then progressively increasing the level of thinking.
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