Coaching for Results, Part 5: Completing the Formula

In the first four parts of the Coaching for Results series, we covered quite a bit of ground. In this blog entry, I’ll share the […]

Our 2019 Google Resource Roundup

It’s that time of year again. Every year, I gather together all the fabulous Google resources from our blog. This year, we have had so […]

Effective Reading Instruction

What are the instructional strategies that promote reading success especially for marginalized students?

High-Impact Classroom Discussions with Google

John Hattie’s research identifies classroom discussions as having an effect size on student achievement of 0.82, which means approximately two years’ of growth in one […]

Strategies That Work

“We have a wide array of instructional strategies implemented,” Terri said. “We use depth and complexity to improve student understanding.” Like this fourth grade educator, […]

High Impact Strategy: Using Google and Self-Reported Grades

Are you getting the most bang for your buck by utilizing the high impact instructional strategies made famous by John Hattie combined with the wonderful […]

Flipped Football Practice: Flipping Isn’t Just for Classrooms

I’m part of Fort Sam Houston ISD’s District of Innovation Team in San Antonio, and I have the pleasure of sharing with you how we […]

5 Powerful Classroom Instructional Strategies From Research For Faster Speed To Proficiency of Employees in Complex Job Skills

5 Powerful Classroom Instructional Strategies From Research For Faster Speed To Proficiency of Employees in Complex Job Skills Speed To Proficiency: S2Pro© Research ask   […]

5 Powerful Classroom Instructional Strategies From Research For Faster Speed To Proficiency of Employees in Complex Job Skills

5 Powerful Classroom Instructional Strategies From Research For Faster Speed To Proficiency of Employees in Complex Job Skills Speed To Proficiency: S2Pro© Research ask   […]

How do we design our Math Class?

  I have been doing a lot of reflecting about math. As a student myself, I have also been doing some research about types of […]

Gagne’s Instructional Sequence for Podcast Learning Module

The following instructional design strategy is based on Gagné’s (1985) nine events of instruction in which he provided a format for designing effective training by […]

Elements of Cooperative Learning and Their Application to Distance Ed

  According to Wikipedia, the cooperative learning theory has been around since the 1930s and discussed by researchers from diverse fields such as philosophy and […]

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