Explicit Instruction - 28924
Explicit Instruction is a research-based methodology that maximizes student achievement and academic growth. Research shows that teachers who use explicit instruction techniques have higher efficacy during learning and higher achievement scores as an outcome. In this session, educators will discuss the foundations of explicit Instruction and the elements to incorporate into all phases of Instruction. Participants will explore lesson design, instructional organization and delivery, and ways to provide independent practice during learning. Participants will learn how to use effective and efficient procedures shown to improve academic performance. This is a four-part series, and each series provides new information.
Schedule & Location
Charter School Personnel, Teacher - Early Childhood/PreK/Kindergarten, Teacher - General Education, Teacher - Special Education, Assistant Principals, Coordinators, Principals
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