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Teaching is a complex, multifaceted activity, often requiring us as instructors to juggle multiple tasks and goals simultaneously and flexibly. The following small but powerful set of principles can make teaching both more effective and more efficient, by helping us create the conditions that support student learning and minimize the need for revising materials, content, and policies. While implementing these principles requires a commitment in time and effort, it often saves time and energy later on. When we teach, we do not just teach the content, we teach students the content. A variety of student characteristics can affect learning. Although we cannot adequately measure all of these characteristics, gathering the most relevant information as early as possible in course planning and continuing to do so during the semester can a inform course design e. Taking the time to do this upfront saves time in the end and leads to a better course.
From observed lessons and subsequent interviews and elicitation procedures, 18 experienced teachers of ESL to adults and children in an Australian context described their classroom practices and explained these in relation to the underlying language teaching principles that they say as guiding their work. The purpose of the study was to discover the meanings the teachers gave to their classroom work in terms of the particular relationships they identified between practice and principle. Despite being undertaken within a particular teaching situation, the study revealed both individual and group diversity in the practices they adopted and in their underlying principles. In addition, a practice widely adopted across the group appeared to be based upon diverse principles, just as a single principle that was commonly shared among the teachers was associated by them with a wide range of practices. Closer examination of the whole group data, however, revealed a particular pattern in the links that the teachers made between principles and practices.
Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. This chapter provides an in-depth discussion of some of the key educational practices identified in Chapter 5 that, when applied with consistency and high quality over time for children as they age, can continuously support the development and early learning of children from birth through age 8. First is a discussion of cross-cutting principles for instructional practices and curricula, with an overview followed by examples of applications of instructional practices specific to working with infants and toddlers, language and literacy, mathematics, science, and socioemotional development. The sections that follow then cover other important educational practices, including using technology effectively, supporting the early learning of dual language learners, supporting children with and at risk for disabilities, working with families, and conducting child assessments. This section reviews some of the principles for instructional practices that are generally applicable provided that they are developed and applied in specific ways for different developmental domains and learning needs, including general learning competencies, socioemotional development, cognitive development, and specific subject-matter content as illustrated in the specific sections that follow. These principles include managing the learning environment, teaching subject-matter content through learning trajectories, using tiered intervention approaches, using a mix of instructional methods, using interdisciplinary approaches to instruction, and ensuring.
It is essential to inclusion that school staff including leaders, educators, teacher aides, office staff, and other site staff understand the various policies and laws that apply to their role and meet their legal and moral and social justice obligations to students living with disability and their families. A school that embeds the Principles of Inclusion in their policies and practices is more likely to be an inclusive school that welcomes and engages all students and families, including students living with disability. This tool presents the Principles of Inclusion and ideas for exploring them with school staff. Inclusive schools ensure their staff have the knowledge and skills to operate within the policy framework that applies to their role. School staff who understand the policy instruments and their legal obligations will be more willing and better equipped for supporting and teaching students who have additional learning needs. The Principles of Inclusion were informed by the international, national and state-based policies that establish a framework around people living with disability accessing and participating in education. School staff who are familiar with the Principles of Inclusion have more confidence and capacity to apply them in their schools and are more likely to contribute to creating inclusive school communities.
As educators, we should strive to design and develop instruction that is effective, consistent, and meaningful. In their research on best practice and student learning in higher education, Chickering and Gamson identified seven principles for good practice which can be used toward efforts of best practice in teaching and learning. Principles can become even more useful when accompanied with examples of how they can be implemented in the classroom. Following the description of each principle below you will find useful strategies that support ways each principle can easily be modified and used in any discipline. Frequent student-faculty contact in and out of class is a most important factor in student motivation and involvement. Faculty concern helps students get through rough times and keep on working.
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