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Instructional strategies

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Excellent collection of methods to put the student at the center of the learning environment

I’m a teacher. Now what do I do? There are several ways to engage learners in the classroom. Here are a few ideas if you get stuck. Additional resources: ~Mia

List of 107 Classroom Teaching Strategies (With Examples)

Use this list of 107 instructional strategies to fill-in that lesson plan or teaching portfolio with some high quality teaching strategies.Or, try some of these strategies out when you’re low on ideas and looking for a fresh way to teach in the classroom!

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The 5 Best Methods & Specific Tips on HOW to Incorporate Each in Your Own Classroom Being a teacher is a tough business. It can be hard to navigate the classroom and know if your teaching methods are

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Incorporating movement is an important part of developing engaging instruction. With meaningful, deliberate, and structured movement, students can benefit from spatial recall, collaboration, and development of their speaking and listening skills. Some of my favorite opportunities for meaningful motion in the classroom are essential to student engagement, to pairing movement with content, and to developing classroom community. With these strategies, teachers will have creative, fun lessons!
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Whether teachers realize it or not, they are continuously scaffolding instruction for their students. Scaffolding allows students to build, repair, and/or polish their understanding of concepts and skills. It is used temporarily to support students as they develop the required knowledge/skill needed to do something independently or progress to the next level of a skill. #instructionalscaffold #goodneighborsmath
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