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Instructional Strategies

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Abbey Grubba

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Transcript of Instructional Strategies

Instructional
Strategies Why Vary Instruction? Hands on experience
On location & Technology

Build on learning content

Disadvantages: Costly, Planning
Engagement & Behavior

Intelligences:
Kinesthetic & Naturalistic learners Field Trips Jigsaw Journal & Portfolios Role Playing & Simulations Technology Perspective Taking

Allows tough subjects to be experienced in a safe place

Disadvantages: Self-Conscious & Chaos


Intelligences:
Kinesthetic & Linguistic Participation
Creates Dialogue
Content Understanding

Disadvantages: Disclosure

Intelligences:
Intrapersonal & Linguisitic Howard Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Theory Often in groups, students teach each other topics The students become an "expert" on the topic and share with the class Benefits: Interpersonal & Linguistic learners

Collaborative learning

Students do the research and teach All students learn differently (and educators teach differently)

Some subject matter lends itself better to certain strategies

It keeps students engaged Varying Instruction Examples of Instructional Strategies Instructional Strategies Continued... Gallery Walk Fosters collaboration & Perspective Sharing

Open ended Questions
Higher Order Thinking

Disadvantages:
Equal Participation

Intelligences:
Linguistic & Kinesthetic &
Interpersonal Provide structured play through entertainment

Engages students without them thinking they're learning

Hands-on, often visual, good for reviewing

Disadvantages: Competition (can be good too), behavior issues, focus loss

Benefits: Linguistic, Visual, Interpersonal, & Kinesthetic learners Games a person of "expertise" presents to the class about a given topic or life skill

Allows outside knowledge to enhance the classroom

Real world connections

Disadvantages: mini-lessons on respect & courtesy needed for students, difficult to find willing guest speakers

Benefits:
Linguistic (and possibly) Musical learners Guest Speaker Linguistic/Verbal: "Give me the words, man- I think it words!"

Spatial/Visual: "If I can see it, I can..."

Logical/Mathematical: "I think in the abstract, and I am a problem solver."

Musical/Rhythmic: "If I can hear it, I can..."

Interpersonal: "Let's do it together!"

Intrapersonal: "Can I just think about this awhile?"

Bodily/Kinesthetic: "Let's get down and DO it, baby!"

Naturalistic: "If we can GO, I'll Grow!" incorporating (new) media in the classroom to enhance the learning experience

allows students to use/view things and/or ideas that may not have EVER been available to them

stretches boundaries of what is possible in the classroom

disadvantages: more for you as a teacher to learn (also an advantage though)

Benefits: all learners Stacy & Abbey Disadvantages: students won't be experts on the "whole" that you're teaching
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