High-Leverage Teaching Practices! Are you doing them?

According to Teaching Works, High-Leverage Practices are critical to helping students learn content, central to supporting social-emotional development, used across Screen Shot 2017-05-18 at 4.00.45 PMsubjects, content, and grade levels.

Here are the 19 practices.  Click here to go to the website and read more about each!  There are also video samples you can view here.  It’s FREE to join!!

  1.  Leading a group discussion
  2. Explaining and modeling content, practices, and strategies.
  3. Eliciting and interpreting individual students’ thinking.
  4. Diagnosing particular common patterns of student thinking and development in a subject-matter domain.
  5. Implementing norms and routines for classroom discourse and work.
  6. Coordinating and adjusting instruction during a lesson.
  7. Specifying and reinforcing productive student behavior.
  8. Implementing organizational routines.Screen Shot 2017-05-18 at 4.03.51 PM
  9. Setting up and managing group work.
  10. Building respectful relationships with students.
  11. Talking about a student with parents or caregivers.
  12. Learning about students’ cultural, religious, family, intellectual and personal experiences and resources for use in instruction.
  13. Setting long- and short-term learning goals for students.
  14. Designing single lessons and sequences of lessons.
  15. Checking student understanding during and at the conclusion of lessons.
  16. Selecting and designing formal assessments of student learning.
  17. Interpreting the results of student work, including routine assignments, quizzes, tests, projects, and standardized assessments.
  18. Providing oral and written feedback to students.
  19. Analyzing instruction for the purpose of improving it.

So how many did you check off??  Go to the website to check out info and videos for the ones you would like to know more about!!

Happy leveraging!!


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