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A demonstration of how to use the Reciprocal Learning strategy, a cooperative learning technique that has students coach each other through a set of tasks.

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Free materials~Students can work collaboratively to solve problems using reciprocal math. Much like reciprocal teaching, each student has a

Dominic Saunders Teaching and Coaching B121948 1 Observe and provide a critical review of two consecutive ...

A demonstration of how to use the Reciprocal Learning strategy, a cooperative learning technique that has students coach each other through a set of tasks.

Supplement SOAR to Success and help students independently construct meaning through the predicting, questioning, clarifying and summarizing strategies ...

Editor's Note: I'm a big fan of using the Jigsaw instructional strategy (see This Is Interesting: Hattie Says Jigsaw Strategy Hits a Homerun and Two Useful ...

Peer tutoring links high achieving students with lower achieving students or those with comparable achievement for structured learning.

A Teaching Channel video featuring elementary school teacher, Sherwanda Chism, demonstrates a strategy to help students critique each other's work

A picture illustrated each strategy and phrases or sentences were provided to serve as cues to help students enact each strategy.

Using this method for each section of the text can help students to internalize learning and retain more of the lesson. It should also enable them to think ...

Peer teaching is not a new concept. It can be traced back to Aristotle's use of archons, or student leaders, and to the letters of Seneca the Younger.

The definition above suggests that a coaching culture is one where the organisation has moved beyond seeing coaching as an isolated intervention, ...

Reciprocal Teaching in Math Interactive Notebook Pages Reciprocal Teaching in Math Interactive Notebook Pages

Classroom culture refers to the social-emotional tone or climate in a room. Children need safe and caring communities to take the risks necessary to learn.

“Students might demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core mathematics concepts by solving short conceptual problems, applying mathematics in new ...

After exploring one or two tables of reciprocal number pairs, I give my students an informal summary of what can be deduced from the table.

I'm on a quest to help middle schoolers master fractions so they can feel like a math magician from here on out and not a deer in the headlights.

Principles of qualitative descriptive research were followed and some characteristics of action research were considered: A problematic situation was found ...

As shown in Table 6, through collaboration and peer-scaffolding, students appeared to have learned to: a) support each other, b) benefit from each other's ...

Have you ever been coached? How long were the sessions? How many sessions were there? What was the motivation for the coaching?

So what are the signs that a coaching culture might be emerging? This slide suggests some (coaching) questions that we might ask ourselves and points to ...

... these two students have very little in common. They differ markedly in age and symptomatology—one is struggling with social acceptance, the other with ...

The terms coaching and mentoring are often used in the same breath and their meaning conflated in educational discourse. Unfortunately, this only serves to ...