Instructional Strategies: Evidence of Student Learning

coverpic2We have compiled a list of 20 instructional strategies that can be used year-round to support your knowledge of student thinking and learning.  Instructional strategies can:

  • motivate students and help them focus attention,
  • organize information for understanding and remembering,
  • monitor and assess learning.

Click the image below for the complete list!

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Jacqueline says:

    These are PHENOMENAL strategies! They can be used before instruction to activate prior knowledge…during instruction as an informal assessment and after instruction to bring closure to the lesson or even as an Exit ticket. Can’t wait to share these with my teachers!

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