The New Classroom Instruction That Works: The Best Research-Based Strategies for Increasing Student Achievement (Paperback)

The New Classroom Instruction That Works: The Best Research-Based Strategies for Increasing Student Achievement By Bryan Goodwin, Kristin Rouleau, Cheryl Abla Cover Image
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The book that inspired millions of educators to refine their approach to teaching returns for an all-new third edition. Built on a more rigorous research base and updated to emphasize student diversity, equity, and inclusion, The New Classroom Instruction That Works offers a streamlined focus on the 14 instructional strategies proven to promote deep, meaningful, and lasting learning:

- Cognitive interest cues

- Student goal setting and monitoring

- Vocabulary instruction

- Strategy instruction and modeling

- Visualizations and concrete examples

- High-level questions and student explanations

- Guided initial application with formative feedback

- Peer-assisted consolidation of learning

- Retrieval practice

- Spaced, mixed independent practice

- Targeted support

- Cognitive writing

- Guided investigations

- Structured problem solving

These strategies-all of which are effective and complementary-are presented within a framework geared toward instructional planning and aligned with how the brain learns. For each strategy, you'll get the key research findings, the important principles of classroom practice, and recommended approaches for using the strategy with today's learners.

Both new and veteran teachers will finish this book with a better understanding of how effective teaching boosts student achievement and a clearer idea of what to do, when to do it, and why.



Product Details
ISBN: 9781416631613
ISBN-10: 1416631615
Publisher: ASCD
Publication Date: November 30th, 2022
Pages: 178
Language: English