INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES

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INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES by Mind Map: INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES

1. Think, Pair, Share

1.1. designed to differentiate instruction by providing students time and structure for thinking on a given topic, enabling them to formulate individual ideas and share these ideas with a peer or group of peers

1.2. Advantages

1.2.1. motivates students who might not generally be interested

1.2.2. engages the entire class and allows quiet students to answer questions without having to stand out from their classmates

1.2.3. student understanding can be assessed by listening in on several groups during the activity, and by collecting responses at the end

1.3. Challenges

1.3.1. ensuring that all students truly participate

2. Stimulus Variation

2.1. Types:

2.1.1. Movement

2.1.2. Gestures

2.1.3. Focusing

2.1.4. Interaction Styles

2.1.5. Pausing

2.1.6. Shifting Sensory Channels

2.2. deals with both verbal and nonverbal techniques for varying stimuli presented to the students

2.3. Advantages

2.3.1. holds the students attention

2.3.2. keeps the students from other distracting stimuli