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EFFECTIVE
TEACHING
STRATEGIES
What is Effective
Teaching Strategies ?
Effective teaching strategies are
instructional strategies that are wellchosen for the present students, content
and context, and implemented with a
high level of skill and efficiency.
The Four Aces of Effective Teaching
 Ace 1: Outcomes
Outcomes enable students to focus their
attention on clear learning goals. These
outcomes inform students of where they are
going and how they will get there. Outcomes
also provide the teacher with a framework for
designing and delivering the course content.
 Ace 2: Clarity
The clarity of instruction is a must. When
delivering instruction, nothing should be left to
chance. If the students are not meeting
teachers’ expectations, the teachers’ methods
of delivery may lack the required degree of
clarity.
 Ace 3: Engagement
Engagement is a principle which suggests
that students learn by doing. Accordingly,
teachers must create a dynamic, educational
environment that affords students the
opportunity to practice every concept that they
are learning. More effective teachers utilize
instructional strategies that engage students
repeatedly throughout the entire lesson.
Ace 4: Enthusiasm
As a straight forward as it may seem, "if you
hate to teach it, your students will hate to learn
it.” Conversely, if you love to teach it, your
students may very well love to learn it.
Enthusiasm is contagious. More effective
teachers display a high level of enthusiasm that
reflects their professional competence and
confidence.
Effective Teaching Strategies
1. Clear Lesson Goals
It is an important that a teacher should clearly know
about what the students learn during each lesson. Clear
lesson goals help the teacher (and the students) to focus
every aspect of lesson on what matters most.
2. Show and Tell
The teacher should clearly know about what you want
your students to know and be able to do by the end of the
lesson, you need to tell them what they need to know and
show them how to do the tasks you want them to be able to
do
3. Questioning to Check the Understanding
It is a techniques such
as
random
sampling,
student answer-boards and
tell-a-friend. It helps the
teacher to check the
students’
understanding
before moving on to the
next material. Besides the
show and tell, the teacher
can use other questioning
techniques at different
stages of the lesson.
4. Summaries New Learning In a Graphical Way
Graphic
outlines
include things such as
mind maps, flow-charts
and
Venn
diagrams.
Discussing a graphical
summary is a fantastic
way to finish off the
teachers show and tell.
The teachers can refer to
it one more time at the
end of the lesson.
5. Plenty and Practice
Practice helps students to retain the
knowledge and skills that they have learned while
also allowing the teacher to check the students’
understanding.
6. Provide Students with Feedback
Unlike praise, which focuses on the student
rather than the task, feedback provides your
students with a tangible understanding of what
they did well, of where they are at, and of how
they can improve.
7. Be Flexible about How Long It Takes to Learn
When the teachers
adopt the mastery
learning, they should
differentiate in a
different way. The
teachers should keep
the learning goals, but
vary the time you give
each child to success.
8. Get the Students’ Working Together
Group work is a
productive work. To
increase the productivity
of the students groups,
the teachers need to be
selective about the tasks
which they assign to
them and the individual
role that each group
member plays.
9. Teaching Strategies is not just a Content
From assignments and studying, there are
strategies which used by the teacher to
perform in school. But, it is not just as a
content, the teacher need to tell students
about these strategies, to show them how to
use the srtategies as and give them guided
practice before asking them to use the
strategies independently.
10. Visualization
Bring academic concepts to life with visual
and practical learning experiences, helping your
students to understand how their schooling
applies in the real-world. Examples include
using the interactive whiteboard to display
photos, audio clips and videos, as well as
encouraging your students to get out of their
seat swith classroom experiments and local
field trips.
11. Differentiation
Differentiate the teachers’ teaching by
allocating tasks based on students’ abilities, to
ensure no one gets left behind. Assigning
classroom activities according to students’
unique learning needs means individuals with
higher academic capabilities are stretched and
those who are struggling get the appropriate
support.
12. Technology in the Classroom
Incorporating technology
into teachers’ teaching is a
great way to actively engage
your students, especially as
digital media surrounds young
people in the 21st century.
Interactive whiteboards or
mobile devices can be used to
display images and videos,
which helps students visualize
new academic concepts.
CONCLUSION
Effective Teaching Strategies are Instructional strategies that
are well-chosen for the present students, content and context, and
implemented with a high level of skill and efficiency.
There are four aces to make the teching process effective:
outcomes, clarity, engagement, enthusiasm.
There are twelve strategies in effective teaching:
• Clear lesson goals
• Show & tell
• Questioning to check for
understanding
• Summaries new learning in a
graphical way
• Plenty of practice
• Provide your students with
feedback
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Be flexible about how long
it takes to learn
Get students working
together
Teaching strategies is not
just a content
Visualization
Differentiation
Technology in the classroom
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