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Classroom

Collaborative learning

IMPROVE
IMPROVE is a multidimensional instructional method aimed at enhancing mathematical reasoning.

Data-Informed Instruction

Improving Systematic Probability Instruction
Effective probability instruction benefits from the identification of the sources of students misunderstandings.

Differentiated Instruction

Increasing Intervention Intensity
Reading interventions intensity Intensity may be increased by extending, adding, or altering instruction.

Incremental Rehearsal
Aims to increase the number of practice trials for new mathematics facts is the use of drill rehearsal models.

Interspersal Worksheets
A differentiated instruction strategy designed to improve students’ number sense.

Estimation

Intuitive Estimation
Aims to help students develop better overall conceptions of the rational number system.

Feedback

Immediate Feedback Assessment Technique
This technique provides immediate feedback to students in a group setting without the need to utilize computers or one-on-one teacher time.

Isolated Word Drill
Aims to improve the reading fluency of students with

Inquiry Activities

Inquiry Activities
Engage students in endeavors that help them develop ideas and content.

Inquiry-Based Learning

Intuitive Estimation
Aims to help students develop better overall conceptions of the rational number system.

Literature Logs

Instructional Conversations and Literature Logs
Small-group discussions to promote English language learners' comprehension skills.

Manipulatives

Intuitive Estimation
Aims to help students develop better overall conceptions of the rational number system.

Multiple Representations

Instruction for Conceptual Understanding of Decimals
Teaching the fundamental concepts related to decimals, rather than focusing solely on rules or procedures.

Investigations in Number, Data, and Space
Teachers encourage students to generate their own strategies for solving addition and subtraction problems.

Organizers

Instructional Conversations and Literature Logs
Small-group discussions to promote English language learners' comprehension skills.

Routines and Rituals

Increasing Predictability
Fostering a predictable classroom environment to increase student engagement.

Self Monitoring

IMPROVE
IMPROVE is a multidimensional instructional method aimed at enhancing mathematical reasoning.

Informed Strategies for Learning
Informing students about the reading process, purposes, and strategies.

Student Engagement

Increasing Predictability
Fostering a predictable classroom environment to increase student engagement.

Technology

I CAN Learn® Pre-Algebra and Algebra
A software system to help students with low math aptitude in elementary and middle school classrooms.

Use of Prior Knowledge

Incremental Rehearsal
Aims to increase the number of practice trials for new mathematics facts is the use of drill rehearsal models.

Vocabulary for Writing

Intensive Vocabulary Instruction for Prewriting
Teaching a related set of words to students before they write an essay.

Word Definitions

Intensive and Varied Vocabulary Instruction for English Language Learners
Rich, intensive vocabulary instruction that emphasizes “student-friendly” definitions.

Word Problems

Instruction in Representational Strategies
Appropriate problem representation indicates the problem solver has understood the problem, and it guides the student toward the solution plan.

School

Coherence

Instructional Coherence
Aligning programs and services within a school using common guidelines or framework.

Leadership

Instructional Leadership
Principals should focus their leadership efforts on ensuring that high quality instruction occurs in all classrooms.

Staffing

In-Field Teaching
Hiring and training staff to increase content area knowledge.

Teacher Collaboration

Interdisciplinary Teams
Teachers from different disciplines work together to plan, teach, and evaluate a common group of students.


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