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Highly Effective Instructional Strategies and Planning Questions

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The following table lists the instructional strategies and shows how they align with the four planning questions. For definitions of the strategies or to see examples of ways these strategies can be used in preschool classrooms, click on the links provided.

 

 

Four Planning Questions and Corresponding Instructional Strategies

 

Planning Questions
Instructional Strategies
Team
What will students learn?
Setting objectives (7)
Team 1
Which strategies will provide evidence of student learning?

Providing feedback (7)

Providing recognition (3)

Team 1
Which strategies will help students acquire and integrate learning?

Cues, questions, and advance organizers (9)

Nonlinguistic representation (5)

 

Summarizing and note taking (2)

Cooperative learning (6)

Reinforcing effort (3)

Team 2

 

 

Team 3

Which strategies will help students practice, review, and apply learning?

Identifying similarities and differences (1)

Homework and practice (4)

Generating and testing hypotheses (8)

 

Team 4

 

From: Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works byHoward Pitler, Elizabeth R. Hubbell, Matt Kuhn, and Kim Malenoski.

 

 

Definitions: Highly Effective Instructional Strategies Defined

 

Examples:    Instructional Strategies          Technology Support

 

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