Instructional Strategies Resource Kit and Teacher Handbook
|An effective teacher knows many strategies and, more important, when to use them depending on the students and the objectives. This professional development resource kit includes a complete course guide (394 pages) for improving teaching and learning by using a the following instructional strategies: brainstorming, cooperative learning, demonstration, guided practice, inquiry, instructional technology, lecture, memorization, note-taking/graphic organizers, presentations/exhibitions, problem-based learning, project design, research, simulation/role-playing, Socratic seminar, teacher questions, and work-based learning.
Instructional Strategies: How to Teach for Rigor and Relevance exposes workshop participants to ideas that can help them become better teachers, so that their students become better learners. It includes:
The Teacher Handbook is a 200-page guide to using each instructional strategy. It is ideal for new teachers and for experienced teachers who wish to do a better job of facilitating student learning. It is also an excellent resource for teacher preparation programs and for teachers engaged in school change, such as focusing on new tests or teaching on a block schedule. Every teacher should have a copy of the Instructional Strategies Teacher Handbook in the classroom.
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