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Effective Instruction

Effective Instruction

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Author: Austin Beasley
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In this lesson, we will examine what makes an effective lesson. As teachers, we must constantly examine our practices and be sure that our methods and delivery is relevant and effective! We will look at Carrol's Model of School learning and see what we must take into consideration as we begin planning our lessons. Educational Psychology: Theory and Practice, 11th Edition, Robert E. Slavin

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Go through these slides and discover what Carrol's Model of School Learning says makes instruction useful. Then, answer the questions that follow. Be ready to discuss what you agree with and what you disagree with about these points. Also, be ready to discuss what you think makes instruction effective.

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Source: Educational Psychology: Theory and Practice, 11th Edition, Robert E. Slavin, emaze.com