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Classroom

Collaborative learning

Enhanced Anchored Instruction
Students solve a real-world problem in a multimedia format, such as video.

Everyday Mathematics
A program that builds on discussions, multiple representations, and explicit instruction of alternative solutions.

Data-Informed Instruction

Early Warning Systems
Using comprehensive data from multiple sources can help schools determine the number at-risk students in the school and intervention plans that meet their needs.

Differentiated Instruction

Earobics
Aims to builds students’ skills in phonemic awareness, auditory processing, and phonics.

Entry Points in Literacy
Differentiating instruction in response to a student’s readiness and skills.

Entry Points in Math
Teachers tailor strategies to students' learning profiles, engage them, and motivate them to explore a problem from multiple perspectives.

Explicit Timing

Explicit Timing
The explicit timing strategy aims to increase the number and speed of math word problems completed accurately.

Games and Quizzes

Early Intervention in Reading
A program for struggling students in kindergarten through fourth grade.

Earobics
Aims to builds students’ skills in phonemic awareness, auditory processing, and phonics.

Enhanced Anchored Instruction
Students solve a real-world problem in a multimedia format, such as video.

Every Day Counts Math
an interactive K – 6 bulletin board program that helps students build key math concepts incrementally.

Grammar

Error-Based Grammar Instruction
Elementary school teachers can improve students’ writing by providing mini-lessons about specific grammar items in the writing process.

Guided Reading

Explicit Teaching and Peer Tutoring
Explicit instruction of literacy skills facilitated by peer tutoring.

Memory

Elaborative Interrogation
Aims to improve the ability of students to recall content-area information.

Multiple Representations

Everyday Mathematics
A program that builds on discussions, multiple representations, and explicit instruction of alternative solutions.

Organizers

Executive Strategy
Aims to promote high school students' writing organization skills.

Paragraphing

Expressive Writing
This strategy focuses on the writing and the editing of basic sentences, paragraphs, and stories.

Planning

Elaborated Goals
This strategy aims to improve performance on argumentative writing tasks.

Encouraging Planning for Problem Solving
To facilitate student performance in mathematics, both content area instruction and cognitive strategy instruction are recommended.

Questioning

Elaborative Interrogation
Aims to improve the ability of students to recall content-area information.

Reciprocal Teaching

Enhanced Proactive Reading
Aims to improve the reading skills of elementary school English Language Learners.

Revising

Expressive Writing
This strategy focuses on the writing and the editing of basic sentences, paragraphs, and stories.

Self Monitoring

Encouraging Planning for Problem Solving
To facilitate student performance in mathematics, both content area instruction and cognitive strategy instruction are recommended.

Externally Imposed Goals
Externally Imposed Goals help direct students’ attention and action toward goal relevant behaviors and away from behaviors that prevent goal achievement.

Student Engagement

Extrinsic Reinforcement
Some types of extrinsic rewards can motivate students to put more effort into learning.

Teacher Modeling

Explicit Transfer Instruction
With this strategy, students learn broad schemas to assist them in transferring problem solving skills from a known problem to new problems within the same category.

Technology

Enhanced Anchored Instruction
Students solve a real-world problem in a multimedia format, such as video.

Word Problems

Explicit Translation Strategy
A step-by-step strategy to translate concrete problems into mathematical equations.

Explicit Translation Strategy For Algebra
The explicit translation strategy aims to teach students in an explicit step-by-step fashion how to translate concrete problems into mathematical equations.

School

Staffing

Enhancing Teachers' Self-Efficacy
The concept of self-efficacy refers to a teacher’s belief in his or her capabilities to promote student engagement and learning.


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