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Chapter 5: Which Teaching and Learning Strategies Make the Most Difference in Closing the Gap?

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Which Teaching and Learning Strategies Make the Most Difference in Closing the Gap?
Which teaching and learning strategies make the most difference in closing the gap?

We speak a great deal about using “best practices” but what are they and how do we know that an instructional practice really will make a difference in students“ lives? I always say that we need to teach vocabulary first to our students so I will walk the talk here and begin by defining what makes an instructional practice considered best practice.

What Is a Best Practice?

An instructional strategy is considered to be a best practice when it has been proven through research to have a high effect on student learning. The research that leads to this conclusion has, at ...

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