Effective teaching involves the thoughtful selection of instructional strategies based on student needs, subject matter, and the context of the lesson. A differentiated classroom is also one that is physically safe and effectively-managed, with self-responsible students. Teachers who set clear expectations and are able to prevent or respond to behavioral matters that may arise are integral to effective classrooms. In this course, you’ll examine ways that students may transfer learning as a result of classroom activities that are tightly aligned to instructional outcomes.
Instructional Strategies to Increase Student Achievement™
- Online: Self-paced
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