Integrate instructional strategies that encourage students’ development of critical thinking, problem solving and performance skills.
Methods of Teaching
Student Engagement Techniques
High-level preparation Strategies
- I can identify instructional strategies to meet learning outcomes.
- I can identify teacher focused, student focused and dialogue oriented learning experiences.
- I can locate and create informal assessment opportunities for students
- I can identify tools for student feedback about the course including organization and instructional items
- I can explain different methods of instruction and in what context they can be used.
- I can explain the key elements of effective in-class-activities.
- I can explain what differentiation is and its importance as an instructional strategy.
- I can explain what student engagement techniques are and their goal as instructional strategies.
- I can articulate the characteristics of high-level preparation strategies such as Flipped Learning, Team-based Learning, Active Learning, etc.
- I can select a variety of instructional strategies to show students are successfully meeting learning outcomes through a variety of instructional techniques.
- I can develop and implement several informal assessment techniques (CATs) such as Background knowledge probe, entry and exit tickets and Comprehensive Factors list.
- I can choose a method of instruction that is aligned with my student learning outcomes, materials, and assessment.
- I can create effective in-class activities aligned with my learning outcomes, materials, and assessment.
- I can design learning experiences where I differentiate instruction based on my students’ needs.
- I can design student engagement techniques that challenge my students to thinking critically and promotes problem solving.
- I can integrate high-level preparation strategies to my class such as Flipped Learning, Team-based Learning, Active Learning, etc.