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    A Motivation Scaffold to Improve the Learning Engagement of Students Grade 7-Grade 12
    "This study seeks to address [student engagement] and is an examination of the use of a motivational scaffold to assist a cohort of Year Nine students to take greater responsibility for their learning through direct and authentic learning experiences...

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    Coaching vs. Professing - Which Kind of Teacher are You? Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Robert D. Boram discusses the advantages and disadvantages of two kinds of teaching: coaching and professing. Professing means lecturing, focusing on the teacher and content. Coaching means teaching for mastery, focusing on the student (as apprentices). Mastery...

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    Grouping Students for Reading Instruction Kindergarten-Grade 8
    Ideas for teaching reading more effectively in small schools. Reading instruction provides unusual challenges because students must be taught at a mastery level and provided with enrichment and reinforcement. Suggestions dealing with general group management...

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    How You Learn to Drive and What it Means to Educators Preschool-Grade 12
    "The general process for learning a new skill follows a series of culminative steps. How did you learn to drive?" Eight steps are illustrated using this example, with the purpose to alert "teachers to the skill acquisition process, remind...

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    I Didn't Even Know I Liked You - Elementary Students Learn People Skills and Subject Matter Kindergarten-Grade 8
    This article from the special JAE issue on cooperative learning shows how students involved with cooperative learning not only master subject matter, but also learn social skills. One of the first steps the classroom teacher must take is to provide opportunities...

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    Overview of Instructional Methods Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Green reviews what teachers should know when dealing with changing educational trends in the areas of management, instruction, content, and teaching skills. Four teaching models (Information-Processing Models, Behavioral Models, Personal Models, and Social...