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Teaching about Hypotheses

Hypothesizing and knowing how to do it may seem as though it is a problem-solving strategy that is innate. And for some maybe it is, however, it is also a strategy that should be taught in schools to ensure that students are doing it in a way that they are making educated and probable hypotheses. 332 more words

Teaching Similarities and Differences

After reading about the instructional strategy of identifying similarities and differences from,  A Handbook for Classroom Instruction that Works, I thought about the application of these strategy in my classroom next year. 245 more words

Teaching Effort Gaining Success

One of my biggest takeaways from this week’s reading from Classroom Instruction that Works was that teaching students and reinforcing students’ positive efforts will be beneficial to their learning and this is scientifically backed up. 228 more words

Why is it important to set objectives and give feedback?

In this week’s reading for Survey of Instructional Strategies we read chapter 1 of the text Classroom Instruction that Works by Dean et. al. The reading was about how to create a good learning environment for students. 304 more words

Survey Instructional Strategies


Course Description:

This course is designed to meet the components of the Teacher Leadership Standard Domain IV: Facilitating Improvements in Instruction and Student Learning. … 1,937 more words

Standard 04: Analysis Of Teaching

EDU 6989 Professional Issues & Field Experience: Journal Entry 3

During our last class period, we discussed issues surrounding special education and exceptional students. Much of the discussion was centered around the core subjects in school (math, science, reading) and thus most of the proposed solutions were less viable in a health and fitness classroom than I had hoped. 204 more words


EDU 6989 Professional Issues & Field Experience: Journal Entry 2

During our EDU 6989 classroom discussion, the topic of religious activities came up. As I remember, from my time in elementary school, religious activities were not “banned” from schools but were required to be a part of a larger educational purpose. 415 more words