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Research based strategies for teaching
April 18, 2019

Research based strategies for teaching

The Teach 21 Strategy Bank is designed to be a dynamic resource for educators. It contains a multitude of research-based strategies teachers can use to make their classroom instruction more effective, and to address the needs of their diverse students. These strategies have been collected from a variety of sources, including the standards-based units available…

Hearing impairment teaching strategies
March 19, 2019

Hearing impairment teaching strategies

Adjust teaching methods to accommodate your visual learner s needs by writing all homework assignments, class instructions and procedural changes on the board. Providing a visual cue eliminates confusion on these topics. Remember not to speak while you have your back to the students. If a student is proficient on the computer, look into providing them with a…

Mild intellectual disability teaching strategies
March 19, 2019

Mild intellectual disability teaching strategies

An intellectual disability, formerly referred to as “mental retardation”, is not an inherent trait of any individual, but instead is characterized by a combination of deficits in both cognitive functioning and adaptive behavior. The severity of the intellectual disability is determined by the discrepancy between the individual s capabilities in learning and in…

teaching strategies for dyscalculia
February 21, 2019

teaching strategies for dyscalculia

This section contains answers to questions frequently asked by teachers. Teachers are also encouraged to read the Dyscalculia section (which contains general information about dyscalculia), as well as the Resources section. What should I look out for in the classroom? It is common for specific learning disabilities to be overlooked. Teachers and parents often…

Co-Teaching strategies and Examples
January 22, 2019

Co-Teaching strategies and Examples

One Teach One Observe Definition: One teacher has primary responsibility while the other gathers specific observational information on students or the instructing teacher. The key to this strategy is to have a focus for observation. Example: One teacher observes students to determine how well they understand directions while the other leads instruction. One Teach…

Teaching strategies for primary school
January 9, 2019

Teaching strategies for primary school

This study aims to investigate primary teachers’ teaching strategies in music Turkish primary classrooms. In the study the ‘qualitative’ research approach was adopted in order to fulfil the aims and objectives of the study. The study carried out in two state primary schools in Turkey. Total of six primary school teachers with different educational backgrounds…

Teaching strategies in teaching literature
December 10, 2018

Teaching strategies in teaching literature

By Terry Heick How can you teach Shakespeare to students accustomed to tiny screens with brief flashes of communication that instantly fade away (both in meaning endurance and visible text)? Begin by focusing on the macro. The context and need here is clear enough I think to jump right in to the strategies. 1. Use combinations of media–classic and modern together…

Using discussion as a teaching strategy
November 10, 2018

Using discussion as a teaching strategy

One of the most challenging teaching methods, leading discussions can also be one of the most rewarding. Using discussions as a primary teaching method allows you to stimulate critical thinking. As you establish a rapport with your students, you can demonstrate that you appreciate their contributions at the same time that you challenge them to think more deeply…

What are the teaching methods and strategies?
October 11, 2018

What are the teaching methods and strategies?

This qualitative research aims to investigate the EFL teaching methods, approaches and strategies which would be found in English as a foreign language classes in Lao PDR. To obtain the data, qualitative research methods, namely, observations and interviews were both administered with 5 English teachers, from schools in Vientiane Municipality, who agreed to participate…

What are instructional strategies for teaching?
September 11, 2018

What are instructional strategies for teaching?

As with children who learn to read print, children who are blind must have broad and repeated exposure to language, concepts, and books before they receive formal instruction in reading. Young children will benefit from being read aloud to, and should have a chance to handle braille books well before they are formally taught to read. In addition to adequate language…

instructional strategies for teaching adults
August 12, 2018

instructional strategies for teaching adults

Adult enrollment in higher education grew by more than 50 percent between 1991 and 2011, according to U.S. News & World Report . This trend shows that today’s educators and corporate trainers must adapt to the different needs, learning styles and challenges presented by teaching adult students. Keep It Relevant Adult students truly latch onto lessons they…

Teaching approaches and strategies for science
July 13, 2018

Teaching approaches and strategies for science

Teaching Science is not about preparing students for a world that is static and fixed, but it concerns getting students ready to cope with changes and challenges in their lives. Traditional direct instruction in Science generally focuses on mastery of content with less emphasis on the development of scientific skills and attitudes; students are the receivers…

Teaching strategies for preschool teachers
June 13, 2018

Teaching strategies for preschool teachers

TYC contributors Louis Mark Romei, Holly Seplocha, and Laura Colker answered the question: What s your advice for a new preschool teacher? as part of a Q&A on Back to School Strategies. Together they shared 10 tips. Your first teaching job is both exciting and scary. You will have some great days and some will be more challenging. Just like children…

instructional strategies for teaching Social studies
May 14, 2018

instructional strategies for teaching Social studies

In this section, teachers will find practical suggestions for making geography and social studies accessible students who are blind or visually impaired. Included are tips for the classroom, ideas for activities, and techniques to adapt lessons and materials. Below is a list of topics you ll find in this section. Click on a title to jump to a specific topic…

teaching strategies for visually impaired
March 15, 2018

teaching strategies for visually impaired

Strategies to promote literacy for children with blindness or visual impairment: Determine what medium is best for an individual child through the Learning Media Assessment. This may be braille, print, dual media, auditory strategies, objects, symbols, or some combination. Provide books and literacy tools in a format that is accessible to the child. Read aloud…

Strategies for teaching word problems
January 14, 2018

Strategies for teaching word problems

Schema-based instruction, which teaches students to focus on the underlying structure of math word problems, improves learning for students of all levels. I became interested in looking for better ways to teach math problems because of my daughter, who suffered brain damage in early childhood which inhibited her development of language skills. Despite this delay…

strategies for teaching letter sounds
December 15, 2017

strategies for teaching letter sounds

Why is knowledge of letter-sound correspondences important? Knowledge of letter-sound correspondences is essential in reading and writing In order to read a word: the learner must recognize the letters in the word and associate each letter with its sound In order to write or type a word: the learner must break the word into its component sounds and know the letters…

Teaching strategies Creative curriculum for preschool
November 15, 2017

Teaching strategies Creative curriculum for preschool

Preschool Program (3-5 Years of Age) Mini University’s preschool teachers use the Creative Curriculum for Preschool, a written research-based curriculum created by Teaching Strategies. This curriculum has been aligned to the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) Ohio’s Early Learning and Development Standards. Ohio Department of Education Core Themes All children…

strategies in teaching writing skills
October 23, 2017

strategies in teaching writing skills

Students with visual impairments use different strategies when writing, depending on the amount of vision they have, as well as their particular needs and interests. It is important to work closely with a teacher of the blind and visually impaired to determine which strategies are most appropriate for a specific student. The document (2008) from SET-BC (Special…

Teaching strategies for Traumatic Brain Injury
September 22, 2017

Teaching strategies for Traumatic Brain Injury

Ways Faculty Can Help Students with Traumatic Brain Injury/Acquired Brain Impairment There is a range of inclusive teaching strategies that can assist all students to learn but there are some specific strategies that are useful in teaching a group which includes students with Traumatic Brain Injury/Acquired Brain Impairment. In considering alternative forms of…

Teaching strategies for writing skills
April 21, 2017

Teaching strategies for writing skills

Unlike some other academic skills, the ability to write well is something that follows you from elementary school all throughout your life, particularly if you work in an office environment – so it’s no wonder there’s such an emphasis on it in school! From creative short stories and descriptive paragraphs in elementary school to lengthier prose and argumentative…

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