STRATEGIES THAT WORK
We study how students learn and are motivated in school and investigate teaching and learning strategies that work. Then we actually try them! This library is a collection of strategies that are proven to support effective instruction.
What’s more, to help you implement new ideas as efficiently as possible, we include student handouts, graphic organizers, teacher resources, and more! We are adding more strategies every month, and it’s totally FREE!
Example: 3-2-1 Processor
Take a look at this example: the 3-2-1 Processor strategy is a highly effective reflection, discussion, and/or retrieval practice aid. For this strategy, our library includes:
- An explanation of the strategy
- Descriptions of ways to implement it with your students
- Resources like an overview video, example document, and even multiple formats of document templates that you can copy and edit for your own use!
INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES THAT HELP TEACHERS
We are classroom teachers ourselves, so we have a fairly good idea what helps and what doesn’t!
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