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Best Practices: Effective Instructional Strategies

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Best Practices: Effective Instructional Strategies
Activating Strategies
Definition: Helps students to make as many connections as possible to prior information which creates a transfer of learning in their brains.

Qualities: Engaging, related to student interests, fun, thought provoking, connection to the content.

Some strategies used in the classroom are:

KWL Chart
Think-Pair-Share
3-2-1
Meme/GIF/Tweets
Blubbr TV ( https://www.blubbr.tv/index.php#.U0GjIfldWSo)
SuperLame! (http://www.superlame.com/)
http://freerice.com/#/english-vocabulary/1365


Instructional Strategies
Definition: Instructional strategies are techniques teachers use to help students become independent, strategic learners. These strategies become learning strategies when students independently
select
the appropriate ones and use them effectively to accomplish tasks or meet goals.

Effective Instructional strategies can:
• motivate students and help them focus attention
• organize information for understanding and remembering
• monitor and assess learning.

Assessment
Formative Assessments
Continuous
Peer/Self Assessments or Peer/Teacher Assessments
Multiple forms of Assessments (Tests, Writing assignments, Projects, etc…)

Educational assessment is the process of documenting, usually in measurable terms, knowledge, skills, attitudes, and beliefs. Assessment can focus on the individual learner, the learning community (class, workshop, or other organized group of learners), the institution, or the educational system as a whole (also known as granularity).[citation needed]

The final purpose of assessment practices in education depends on the theoretical framework of the practitioners and researchers, their assumptions and beliefs about the nature of human mind, the origin of knowledge, and the process of learning.
classroom management
brain based learning
PBL
Tap Time
Active Learning
Auditory Learner
Visual Learner
Engaged
Manipulatives
Communicative
Rubrics
Assessment
Hooked
Interested
Voice and Choice
Tactile Learner
Inquiry
Real World Skills
Applicable
Balanced literacy
Small groups
Technology
Integration
Research Based
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