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Classroom

Collaborative learning

Discussions Around Graphs
Using this collaborative approach, students discuss the connections between the algebraic and graphic representations of linear equations.

Differentiated Instruction

Differentiated Instruction
A process through which teachers enhance learning by matching student characteristics to instruction and assessment.

Discussions Around Text

Dialogic Reading
Dialogic reading uses a systematic method to scaffold adult-child dialogue to support oral language and vocabulary development.

Direct Instruction For Critical Thinking Skills
Providing instructions at a brisk pace, requiring individual and group student responses.

Discussion-Based Approach
A discussion-based approach in the classroom is based on the active participation of

Feedback

Dialogic Reading
Dialogic reading uses a systematic method to scaffold adult-child dialogue to support oral language and vocabulary development.

Inquiry-Based Learning

Dynamic Geometry Softare
The dynamic geometry environment allows for dynamic construction and exploration of geometric forms.

Multiple Representations

Determining Elapsed Time
Using an empty time line as a strategy for helping students to solve elapsed time problems.

Organizers

Diagrams for Word Problems
Explicit diagramming instruction focuses on a schematic method for representing word problems containing relational statements.

Planning

Drawing
Drawing as a strategy aims to improve narrative writing for beginning writers.

Routines and Rituals

Different Length Assignments
One way to reduce classroom disruption is to manipulate the number and length of assignments that students need to complete.

Self Monitoring

Detecting Faulty Arguments
This strategy is based on explicit instruction of three rules to detect faulty arguements.

Direct Instruction and Self-Control Summarization Training
A training strategy to improve written summaries of secondary school students.

Direct Reading-Thinking Activity
Aims to help students recognize predictions, judgments, and evidence verification.

Summarizing

Direct Instruction and Self-Control Summarization Training
A training strategy to improve written summaries of secondary school students.

Direct instruction of Summarization Skills
Building the skills of readers and writers through explicit instruction.

Teacher Modeling

Demonstration Plus Permanent Modeling
students practice problem solving with the teacherís demonstration as a reference model.

Technology

Daisy Quest
An instructionally based software program that aims to improve the phonological awareness of beginning readers.

Understanding Graphs

Discussions Around Graphs
Using this collaborative approach, students discuss the connections between the algebraic and graphic representations of linear equations.

Word Parts

DISSECT
DISSECT is a problem-solving strategy to help students learn unfamiliar multisyllabic words in content area materials.

Word Problems

Derived Facts Strategies
The instructional unit present the number facts in a different sequence from what is common in most textbooks.

School

Data-Informed Instruction

Data Driven Decision Making
School leaders and teachers use data for determining instructional practices.

Data-Driven Decision Making -Whole Faculty Approach
The use of data processes that engage teachers and principals in reflective inquiry for improved classroom practice.

Leadership

Distributed Leadership
The principal share responsibility and authority for key roles in school operations and improvement.

Teacher Collaboration

Data-Driven Decision Making -Whole Faculty Approach
The use of data processes that engage teachers and principals in reflective inquiry for improved classroom practice.


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