Research-Based Instructional Strategies That Work (Quick Reference Guide)

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Research-Based Instructional Strategies That Work (Quick Reference Guide)

By: Bryan Goodwin, Kristin Rouleau

Publication date: 2022
ISBN: 978-1-4166-3176-7
Subject: Instruction
Highlights: Best Seller, New Release

A laminated, fold-out guide for teachers, giving quick insights and tips on how to easily use the instructional strategies from The New Classroom Instruction That Works and Learning That Sticks in the classroom.

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Learn the whatwhy, and how of 14 learning strategies that can dramatically improve student performance and close achievement gaps. Learning experts Bryan Goodwin and Kristin Rouleau have compiled data from decades of research in neuroscience, diverse classrooms, and teachers working directly in the classroom to find the common denominators in the most successful learning methods for students today.

Research-Based Instructional Strategies That Work distills some key pieces of the book The New Classroom Instruction That Works, walking you through each strategy and describing how the strategies can help students:

  • Become interested in learning
  • Commit to learning
  • Focus on new learning
  • Make sense of learning
  • Practice and reflect on learning
  • Extend and apply their knowledge

You'll have at your fingertips a concise guide to the research supporting each instructional strategy and, most important, tips on how to easily apply those strategies in the classroom. Let this guide help you better support every student's path to learning with intentionality, care, and positive results.

8.5" x 11" 3-panel foldout guide (6 pages), laminated for extra durability and 3-hole-punched for binder storage. This quick reference guide is a copublication of ASCD and McREL International.

Pages: 6
Language: English
Publisher: ASCD
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Bryan Goodwin

Bryan Goodwin is president and CEO of McREL International. For 21 years at McREL, he has translated research into practice, scanning the world for new insights and best practices on teaching and leading, and has helped educators everywhere adapt them to address their own challenges. A frequent conference presenter, he is the author of Out of Curiosity: Restoring the Power of Hungry Minds for Better Workplaces, Schools, and Lives and Simply Better: Doing What Matters Most to Change the Odds for Student Success, as well as co-author of Curiosity Works: A Guidebook for Moving Your School from Improvement to Innovation, Unstuck: How Curiosity, Peer Coaching, and Teaming Can Change Your School, Balanced Leadership for Powerful Learning: Tools for Achieving Success in Your School, and The 12 Touchstones of Good Teaching: A Checklist for Staying Focused Every Day. Before joining McREL in 1998, Bryan was a college instructor, a high school teacher, and a business journalist.

Education: M.A. Rhetoric and Communication Studies, University of Virginia; B.A. Professional Writing and Environmental Studies, Baylor University

Kristin Rouleau

Kristin Rouleau is senior director of learning services and innovation at McREL International, working with schools, districts, and state departments of education as they navigate change and implement practices to increase student achievement. Kristin earned her administrative credentials from the University of Washington, her master’s in curriculum and teaching from Michigan State University, and a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Western Michigan University. As of this writing, she is a doctoral student in leadership for educational equity at the University of Colorado–Denver.