nti503 | Graduate
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Approaches to Instruction
- Identify different types of instructional approaches that are student-centered.
- Identify different types of instructional approaches that are teacher-directed.
- Evaluate and apply different types of instructional approaches based on learning goals.
- Demonstrate effective cooperative group learning.
- Demonstrate several research-based engagement strategies.
Developing a Questioning Classroom
- Identify different types of questions and levels of questioning, and their appropriate use in the classroom.
- Demonstrate the use of questions to scaffold student understanding.
- Recognize the importance of wait time after asking probing questions.
Formative Assessment and Feedback
- Identify effective methods for checking for understanding at key points in a lesson.
- Develop strategies for adjusting instruction based on the real-time assessment data.
- Identify types of feedback, the purposes of each, and demonstrate their use.
- Analyze the various ways to differentiate instruction.
- Develop and demonstrate an understanding of how to meet the needs of different sub-groups of learners.
- All objectives apply
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