4 Direct Instruction Teacher Centered: Good for teaching specific skills LectureDidactic questioningExplicit teachingDrill and practice--worksheetsTeacher demonstrationsModelingMini-lessons
5 Indirect TeachingStudent Centered: Process and concept development is importantProblem SolvingCase StudiesInquiry and ResearchJigsawReading and Viewing for MeaningReflectionGraphic Organizers, Concept Mapping, Thinking Maps
6 Experiential Learning Really Happens: Student is actively involvedField TripsSimulationsModelsGamesObservationRole PlayingSurveys and Interviews
7 Independent Study Individual: Teacher and student create expectations Computer Assisted learningEssays, Reports, ResearchStudy GuidesLearning ContractsLearning Centers
8 Interactive Learning Group Centered: Teacher is a part of the group DebateRole PlayingDiscussion--Question and AnswerThink, Pair, ShareCooperative LearningGroups of ExpertsBrainstorming
9 Instructional Skills Teacher brings to each lesson Explaining DemonstratingQuestioningLevels: Bloom’s Taxonomy, Multiple IntelligencesWait Time
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