Research-Based Effective Instructional Practice
Even though these are three very different bodies of research, there is no conflict at all between the instructional suggestions that come from each of these three sources: research in cognitive science, research on classroom practices of master teachers, research on cognitive supports to help students learn complex tasks. In other words, these three sources supplement and complement each other. Essentially, research informs ‘what works’ in the classroom. This course covers the top effective instructional practices based on various meta-analysis studies.
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Explain key research-based components of effective teaching and learning.
- Apply research-based educational concepts to their own teaching.
- Evaluate changes in teaching and student learning by applying one or more of the research-based teaching and learning practices.
- Grade(s): Pre-K | Kindergarten | 1st Grade | 2nd Grade | 3rd Grade | 4th Grade | 5th Grade | 6th Grade | 7th Grade | 8th Grade | 9th Grade | 10th Grade | 11th Grade | 12th Grade | Elementary K-5 | Secondary 6-12
- Subject(s): Professional Development
- Colorado Academic Standard(s):
- Teacher Quality Standard(s):