What are Instructional Strategies? - Types & Examples

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What are instructional strategies?

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1. Which instructional strategy is often used in science and math classes where the teacher will show the students how a problem is solved or how to do specific procedures?

2. What is scaffolded instruction?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

You'll be faced with questions dealing with instructional strategies. Concepts include examples of these strategies and why they're employed.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

To be explicit, we'll test you on:

  • Define instructional strategies
  • An instructional strategy prevalent in science/math
  • Scaffolded Instruction
  • Problem Based Learning

Skills Practiced

  • Making connections - use understanding of why classes are taught in different ways
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about instructional strategies, such as Problem Based Learning and Scaffolded Instruction
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the corresponding lesson on instructional strategies

Additional Learning

Read our lesson, What are Instructional Strategies? - Types & Examples, to examine more information about things such as:

  • Examples of instructional strategy approaches
  • Classes in which some strategies work better than others
  • The teacher's involvement in deciding which strategies is best suited
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