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Teaching Chapter 12
instructional methods, instructional strategies, or teaching strategies
Basic teaching formats, such as lectures and discussions, used to develop specific learning activities.
An analysis that is used as a basis for understanding and teaching various levels of thought by dividing thiking skills into six levels.
Questions designed to require more than a few words as an answer.
A pause between asking a question and accepting an answer, designed to allow students to mentally prcess the question and to formulate their replies.
The rate at which a teacher presents components of a lesson or the lessons throughout the day.
A summarizing process that helps student draw conclusions based on what they have learned.
Teaching strategies in which the teacher's role is to present the information and to direct teh learning process of students.
Teaching strategies in which the teacher acts as a facilitator, or guide, but students are actively involved in directing and achieving their own learning.
A discussion format in which a group of people present and discuss a topic and answer questions.
In a panel discussion, the person responsible for the introduction, summary, and relaying questions to the panel.
Learning activities that put students in a situation that feels real even though the situation is not. Students function within that environment.
Scripted stories that involve students in learning through acting out parts.
A type of unscripted skit in which people take on particular roles and interact to resolve an issue or problem
A teaching strategy in which students analyze a particular problem or story that requires a solution.
A teaching strategy that asks students to think deeply about a situation and describe that thinking process.
A lab experience that gocuses on producing an end product.
A lab experience that uses formal processes to research problems.
A form of small-group learning that involves students working together to achieve a common goal.
Holding each person in a group responsibile for participating and contributing.