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Explicit Instruction

explaining reading, 3ed

Explaining Reading, 3ed


Presents effective ways to demystify essential reading skills and strategies for K-8 st...

explicit direct instruction (edi)

Explicit Direct Instruction (EDI)


Hollingsworth & Ybarra have refined & extended their highly successful methods in the n...

explicit direct instruction for english learners

Explicit Direct Instruction for English Learners


Provides the tools you need to become an EDI expert and see real results from your Engl...

explicit instruction

Explicit Instruction


Highly practical & accessible resource gives special and general education teachers the...

explicit instruction posters

Explicit Instruction Posters


Help teachers remember to apply concepts of Explicit Instruction on a daily basis—mak...

explicit vocabulary instruction

Explicit Vocabulary Instruction


In these 4 DVDs (5.7 hours of training), Dr. Archer presents the essentials of explicit...

golden principles of explicit instruction

Golden Principles of Explicit Instruction


Dr Anita Archer covers the big ideas in explicit instruction in these short video segme...

the power of explicit teaching and direct instruction

The Power of Explicit Teaching and Direct Instruction


Explores how you can harness the potential of these teaching methods to achieve positiv...

Explicit Instruction

There are many different approaches to classroom instruction, but they can typically be grouped into two broad philosophies. The first is teacher-centred, direct or explicit instruction, and the second educational philosophy is called progressive. There is strong evidence from educational research that teacher-centred, direct/explicit instruction is more effective and efficient, especially for struggling students.

The terms Direct Instruction and Explicit Instruction are often used somewhat interchangeably. However, it should be noted that the term direct instruction is used in various proprietary or trademarked instructional models that have been developed and promoted by educators, including—most prominently—Direct Instruction, created by Siegfried Engelmann and Wesley Becker.

Source: http://dataworks-ed.com/research-link-page/explicitdirectinstruction/