Instructional Strategies that Increase Student Achievement:ice
The research found inClassroom Instruction That Works provides evidence from decades of research that nine broad teaching strategies have positive effects on student learning. A principal or superintendent should be familiar with these research-based strategies in order to increase student achievement. How would a district leader introduce these strategies into the instructional program? Pick two of these strategies and relate them to the instructional needs of a minimum of two content areas in your district? How would a leader design and implement a professional development program to enhance student performance?
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