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Teaching and Learning Strategies Toolbox

This list provides links to resources on teaching and learning strategies for secondary school. Also see my list: Webtools for Secondary Schools, for digital learning strategies and tools.

Homepage - ReadWriteThink

Providing educators and students access to the highest quality practices and resources in reading and language arts instruction.

Each of the following graphic organisers includes a description, and explains how, why and when it should be used. Where available, links are provided to examples of how schools have successfully used a graphic organiser in the classroom.

Graphic Organisers

Australian National Curriculum Resources F-6 Home

Teacher Home Page - FUSE - Department of Education & Training

FUSE is a Department of Education & Training (Victoria, Australia) digital repository and sharing space. It contains websites, images, video, audio, interactives, documents and other rich media types with all resources tagged according to school audience.

Resources - Home - TES Australia

Download free Teaching Resources, Worksheets and Lesson Plans that meet the Cross-Curriculum Priorities and General Capabilities of the Australian National Curriculum. For Pre School early childhood, Primary, Secondary & Senior Secondary

Learning and Teaching Resources

Find a range of resources to help you teach specific subjects including information on delivering English, Maths, Health and Physical Education, ICT and English as an Additional Language.

Teaching Strategies

G a r d n e r ' s M u l t i p l e I n t e l l i g e n c e s TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR EACH INTELLIGENCE Multiple Intelligence theory encompasses a wide variety of teaching strategies that can implemented in the classroom.

A List Of 50+ Teaching Strategies To Jumpstart Your Teacher Brain

Teaching strategies are among the most important ingredients for highly-effective learning environments . In addition to literacy strategies, approaches to assessment, and grouping strategies (among many others), knowing the right teaching strategy for the right academic situation may not be a matter of expertise or training, but memory: out of sight, out of mind, yes?

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Bloom's taxonomy, originated by Benjamin Bloom and collaborators in the 1950's, describes six levels of cognitive learning. By creating intended learning outcomes (ILOs) using measurable verbs, you indicate explicitly what the student must do in order to demonstrate learning.

Strategies to enhance peer feedback

Some strategies are particularly suited to younger students, where often the names that teachers have for these strategies provide a 'shorthand' way of communicating to students that they wish them to provide peer feedback. For example: In addition, teachers of all levels can also use the following strategies: For younger students, it is easier and more effective to encourage oral rather than written feedback.

Strategies to enhance student self-assessment

Teachers often use proformae to encourage students to reflect on their learning experience. While these are convenient and provide a record of student thinking, they can become an activity devoid of any real thinking. Oral reflection, whether as a whole class or group within the class, might sometimes be more useful.