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Instructional patterns : strategies for maximizing student learning

Instructional Patterns: Strategies for Maximizing Student Learning examines instruction from the learners' point of view by showing how instructional patterns can be used to maximize the potential for students to learn. This book explores the interactive patterns that exist in today's classroom and demonstrates how teachers can facilitate the interactivity of these patterns to match their goals for student learning. These interactive patterns are reinforced through the incorporation of medical, cognitive, and behavioral neuroscience research
eBook, English, ©2006
SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks, Calif., ©2006
1 online resource (xxv, 389 pages : illustrations)
9781452245041, 1452245045
Where we've been, what we know, and where we're going
Confluent forces and differentiated instructional practices
Developing the lesson methodology
Classroom organization and management
Classroom assessment and accountability
Direct instruction
Mastery learning
Cooperative learning
Role play
Nondirective learning
Self-taught instruction
Thinking patterns
Attaining concepts
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