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Matsuda, Noboru; Lv, Dan; Zheng, Guoguo – International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education, 2023
When students learn skills to solve problems by teaching others, they often need to receive scaffolding to benefit from learning by teaching. To facilitate learning by teaching (aka tutor learning), two types of scaffolding have been commonly studied--the scaffolding on how to teach (to induce appropriate teaching activities) and the one on how to…
Descriptors: Scaffolding (Teaching Technique), Teaching Methods, Experiential Learning, Instruction
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Donald A. Saucier; Tucker L. Jones; Tiffany J. Lawless; Amanda L. Martens; Conor J. O'Dea; Svyatoslav Prokhorets; Evelyn Stratmoen – College Teaching, 2024
Teaching is a skill that can and should be taught in graduate education. Fortunately, many departments offer some teacher training for their graduate students to prepare them to teach introductory and other survey courses. What is apparently still lacking is training for graduate students to teach upper-level seminar-style classes. Therefore, we…
Descriptors: College Instruction, Teaching Methods, Graduate Study, Seminars
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Lim, Fei Victor; Toh, Weimin – Journal of Information Literacy, 2020
This paper offers a discussion of the knowledge, skills, and awareness involved in digital reading. Reading, in this paper, is used in the broader sense to include deriving meaning from media on a digital screen. This paper synthesises key ideas from existing studies and presents a taxonomy for the teaching of digital reading. The taxonomy…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Electronic Publishing, Reading Strategies, Information Skills
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Ünlü, Melihan – Acta Didactica Napocensia, 2022
The aim of the research was to examine and evaluate how preservice mathematics teachers' use of manipulatives to teach mathematics. In the current research, one of the qualitative research methods, case study was used. The research was conducted with 21 preservice mathematics teachers. Ten instructional sessions with manipulatives were carried out…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Mathematics Teachers, Manipulative Materials, Teaching Methods
Ogden, Jéri – Educational Leadership, 2020
The author, a former early grades teacher, recounts how she overcome erratic curriculum implementation to find her own way to effective reading instruction. What worked for her was an emphasis on explicit phonics in the context of providing engaging and relevant reading material for her students. "As a matter of educating the whole…
Descriptors: Reading Instruction, Teaching Methods, Phonics, Reading Material Selection
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Christian, Wolfgang; Belloni, Mario; Hanson, Robert M.; Mason, Bruce; Barbato, Lyle – Physics Teacher, 2021
Physlets, educational applets developed at Davidson College, are a widely used teaching resource designed to simulate a variety of physical phenomena. Originally, each Physlet was a Java simulation that was embedded in an HTML page as an applet and then customized using JavaScript to simulate a specific physics concept. The use of Java to simulate…
Descriptors: Physics, Computer Oriented Programs, Programming Languages, Simulation
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Meskill, Carla; Anthony, Natasha; Sadykova, Gulnara – Online Learning, 2022
At this moment, fully online language courses are being taught all around the globe. In addition, blended courses offer an integration of online and live instructional experiences. This study examines who is instructing online language courses and what they point to as additive and advantageous to their online language teaching development. We set…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Blended Learning, Second Language Instruction, Program Effectiveness
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Ur, Penny – ELT Journal, 2022
It is assumed by many teachers and materials writers that it is important to teach at all levels the forms and meanings of derivational prefixes and suffixes, as an important aid to learning new words in English. However, corpus evidence suggests that knowledge of the meanings of such components occurring within the most common 5,000 words in…
Descriptors: Morphemes, Teaching Methods, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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Orhan, Ali; Çeviker Ay, Sule – Learning Environments Research, 2023
The aim of this study was to examine the effects of critical thinking (CT) teaching involving general, immersion, and mixed approaches on the CT skills and dispositions of high-school students. The study, which had three experimental groups (EG) and one control group, employed a pretest--posttest control-group quasi-experimental design. CT…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Teaching Methods, Skill Development, High School Students
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James Russo; Jane Hubbard – Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom, 2023
Beginning a mathematics lesson involving a challenging task with a carefully chosen preliminary experience is an effective means of activating student cognition. In this article, the authors highlight a variety of preliminary experiences, each with a different structure and form, all designed to support students to more successfully engage with…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Teaching Methods, Mathematical Concepts, Concept Formation
Antarina S. F. Amir; Thomas R. Guskey – ASCD, 2024
Information societies--and life in general--require a host of skills beyond those found in the traditional school curriculum. Yet nearly a quarter of the way through the 21st century, educators are still looking for clarity on what these skills are and a comprehensive, whole-school model that explains how to teach and develop them; how to observe…
Descriptors: Daily Living Skills, Reflection, Creative Thinking, Critical Thinking
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Nguyen, Ngoc Nhu – Educational Media International, 2023
Multimedia technologies are increasingly used by university lecturers to stay relevant in contemporary media-saturated society. Across disciplines, using multimedia in teaching often means integrating videos, including feature films and/or television series (FF/TV), into learning activities and assessments. Like other media technologies, effective…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Teaching Methods, Films, Video Technology
National Institute for Excellence in Teaching, 2020
Research confirms what effective educators and policymakers know from practice: The implementation of a "high-quality" curriculum, aligned to rigorous state standards, leads to notable student learning gains. Yet less than half of teachers report they are using curricula that are "high-quality and well aligned to learning…
Descriptors: Educational Quality, Curriculum Implementation, Curriculum Development, Barriers
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Czarnocha, Bronislaw – Mathematics Teaching Research Journal, 2020
The addressed question from the interface between theory and teaching practice of constructivism is discussed at the background of whereabouts of the Common Core (CCSS-M) constructivist-based mathematics curriculum. It concerns the formulation of constructivist methodology of teaching, whose existence is called in doubts by US constructivist…
Descriptors: Constructivism (Learning), Theory Practice Relationship, Common Core State Standards, Mathematics Curriculum
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Dronjic, Vedran – CATESOL Journal, 2019
Teachers of English as a second or foreign language often state that they lack an understanding of how to teach vocabulary in a principled, evidence-based way sensitive to students' needs. Vocabulary teaching is typically unsystematic, not adequately supported by curricula and teaching materials, and shaped by beliefs based in opinion or myth. A…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Vocabulary Development, Second Language Instruction, English (Second Language)
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