Positize When You Teach and Learn
All great teachers and learners reflect constantly upon best practices and sound research-based instructional strategies. Have you ever thought about how you want to increase your teaching or learning skills? Here's a way. You can positize your thoughts, words, and actions when teaching or learning by choosing one of the many research proven types of instruction. One of the authors that I like is Robert Marzano. His learning strategies are what I most use in my classroom. He and two others wrote Classroom Instruction That Works that presents nine instructional strategies. So, "Positize It" when you teach and learn by taking a course or studying a book about effective instructional strategies. Or, simply click below to see a summary.