effective instruction

effective instruction

[ə¦fek·tiv in′strək·shən]
(computer science)
The computer instruction that results from changing a basic instruction during program modification. Also known as actual instruction.
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Effective instruction for special education (2nd ed.).
The second asks how states can go beyond RTTT to provide effective instruction in rigorous content to "all" students, regardless of where they go to school.
The art and science of teaching; a comprehensive framework for effective instruction.
Additionally, video clips of teachers presenting effective instruction using research-based teaching procedures, as well as video clips of the teacher discussing the materials she uses when presenting instruction, is shown.
A Useful Companion: Aligning Bringing Literacy Strategies into Content Teaching with Effective Instruction for Struggling Adolescent Readers--PD Module is appended.
Coverage includes an overview of the factors that allegedly contribute to students' reading difficulties, effective practices to foster success in learning to decode, effective instructional strategies to improve vocabulary, effective instruction to develop comprehension, and effective schoolwide practices to improve all students' reading in high-poverty, diverse elementary schools.
The advent of accountability-based school reform has pushed many high-poverty schools to focus on providing effective instruction and meeting high academic standards.
Designing professional development in literacy; a framework for effective instruction.
Research has identified a set of six elements that highly effective schools have in common: (1) Aligned and Rigorous Curriculum; (2) Effective Instruction; (3) Use of Formative Assessment and Student Assessment Data; (4) Positive School Climate Focused on Achievement; (5) Effective School Leadership; and (6) Family and Community Engagement.
They describe typical first-year students, their intellectual development in college and learning styles, give information on effective instruction, including preparing a syllabus, supporting active study practices and evaluating learning, and examine such challenges as practicing inclusion, teaching large classes, sustaining engagement outside class, and strengthening commitment to first-year instruction.
Thus, RTI can be viewed as a framework of service delivery for addressing the needs of all students which embeds best practice and effective instruction in the classroom as well as scientific, research-based intervention.
Planning effective instruction; diversity responsive methods and management, 3d ed.

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