Research-Based Strategies: Part 3

Determining what instructional strategies work best for long-term learning can be time-consuming. Luckily, researcher John Hattie has made that chore much simpler. As we learned in part 1 of this blog series, Hattie took all of the research studies on what works in learning and compiled them into a ranked list of more than 250 instructional strategies. We examined two of those top strategies, Classroom Discussion and Micro-Teaching/Video Review of Lessons, in part 2 of the series. Today, we’ll look at two more strategies that you will want to use in your classroom to accelerate learning.

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