Teaching Strategies
    Teaching Strategies: Good for all academic areas
    Source: Teaching Strategies For Instructors
    Author: Taiebeh Hosseinali, Ph.D.
  • Jigsaw
  • Gallery Walks
  • Effective Discussion
  • Concept Sketches
  • Case Studies
  • Debates
  • Just-in-Time Teaching
  • Role Playing

    Teaching Strategies - Applicable to any math course, prepapared materials are available.
  • Concept Maps
  • Think-Pair-Share
  • I-have-who-has
  • Sorting and Matching
  • Link Sheets
  • Stations and Labs
  • Concept Splashes
  • Webs
  • Flip-Books
  • Open Questions and Parallel Tasks
  • Frayer-Models (Vocabulary)
  • Greater-than, Less-Than, Equal-to Description
    Cards (pdf)
    Cards (MS Word)
  • Table-Top
  • Pre-test, Post-test
    Note Taking / Unit Theme
    These are strategies that are good for a unit to provide students with multiple ways to organize notes, and for teachers to vary the organization for delivering content.
  • Scrap book pages - Students enjoy collecting their notes from class work or homework examples, adding their own labels and artwork.
  • Sports-card pages - students collect/create cards as they work through a unit. A good way to have multiple ideas in a small amount of space.
  • Interactive Notebooks - including foldables. Some very creative ways for students to access hints or organize key concepts.
  • Cornell Notes - simple form can be taylored to any course, use to keep notes, summaries, questions to be answered.
  • Flip Charts - fun way for students to organize notes from related topics
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