Effective Teaching/Learning Practices
Effective teaching/learning practices are evidence-based teaching strategies implemented with fidelity and informed through data to produce positive, sustained results in every student.
Effective Teaching & Learning Practices Learning Objectives
- Define an effective teaching/learning practice and rationale for utilizing effective practices.
- Describe four Effective Teaching/Learning Practices and benefits of each.
- Assessment Capable Learners
- Reciprocal Teaching
- Spaced vs. Massed Practice
- Understand that each practice aligns with the Missouri Teacher Standards.
- Explain how the Effective Teaching/Learning Practices will be implemented at the building, data team, and classroom levels.
- Plan key steps to avoid implementation and fidelity drift.
Presenter and Participant Materials
Participant Slides: These files do not include the presenter notes. Files can be viewed online, on mobile devices, or printed. Click on the slide image to open the file in Joomag. From there, you can print or email participants. Another option is to use the direct link shown below each image. You can copy and paste that link into an email.
Participant Handouts: Preparatory reading, additional handouts and worksheets, practice profile, and fidelity checklist are posted below.
Pre/Post Educator-Learner Assessments: Pre and post assessments are a component of high quality professional development. It is recommended that all consultants and other trainer/facilitators use them as they tailor their professional development for their audience. The pre/post assessment and the answer key are posted below for downloading and administering.
In addition to the participant materials, the Power Point files with detailed presenter notes are available for each learning package. For some packages, additional presenter resources are also suggested.
Presenter Power Points with Notes