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Instructional Strategies

Using research-based instructional strategies maximizes teachers’ ability to enhance student achievement. Clear descriptions and concrete examples of how strategies look and sound in the classroom help teachers choose and implement strategies wisely.

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  1. Designing and Teaching Learning Goals and Objectives

    Designing and Teaching Learning Goals and Objectives

    Focus instructional activities on what matters most. Clear, specific learning goals lay the foundation for effective teaching. Learn what effective teachers do to establish and communicate learning goals, track student progress, and celebrate success.

  2. Vocabulary for the Common Core

    Vocabulary for the Common Core

    Ensure mastery of essential vocabulary from the Common Core. This workshop guides schools and districts through the creation of a successful vocabulary program, highlighting academic and content-area terms taken directly from the CCSS for mathematics and English language arts.

  3. Academic Vocabulary

    Academic Vocabulary

    Implement a comprehensive vocabulary program. Build a system of excellence that ensures students can understand complex texts, engage deeply with content-area concepts, and participate in academic discussions.

  4. Vocabulary for English Learners

    Vocabulary for English Learners

    Provide students with the vocabulary and knowledge that they need to succeed. Follow a research-based, six-step process to improve vocabulary instruction and boost student achievement.

  5. Proficiency Scales for the New Science Standards

    Proficiency Scales for the New Science Standards

    Revolutionize curriculum, instruction, and assessment in your school. Since the release of the Next Generation Science Standards, educators have sought to make the new standards doable and meaningful in a classroom setting.

  6. Classroom Games to Enhance Argumentation and Reasoning Skills

    Classroom Games to Enhance Argumentation and Reasoning Skills

    Enhance students’ argumentation and reasoning skills. Classroom games have been found to be associated with significant gains in student achievement, increased student curiosity, and more positive student attitudes toward the content being learned.

  7. College and Career Readiness

    College and Career Readiness

    Set your students up for a lifetime of success. Explore the college- and career-readiness skills learners must acquire by the end of their K–12 educational experience, and gain clarity on how to ensure students master these invaluable skills.

  8. Teaching 21st Century Skills

    Teaching 21st Century Skills

    Equip students with essential problem-solving and critical-thinking skills. Provide meaningful and relevant learning opportunities that incorporate creative and critical 21st century thinking skills, projects, and real-world experiences.