|Constructivism||Professional Literature on Instructional Models|
|Cooperative Learning||Technology in Teaching|
|Direct Instruction||What is Instructional Design?|
|Inquiry-Based Learning||What is Reciprocal Teaching?|
- 10 Tips for Inquiry-Based Learning- Some students prefer this type of learning approach because when they become involved they understand concepts better. While inquiry-based learning obviously works well in science, consider how you can this approach for all subjects.
- Direct Instruction- Benefits of direct instruction include delivering large amounts of information in a timely manner. Also, because this model is teacher directed, it lends itself to designing instruction that is developmentally appropriate to pupils' ages and stages.
- Problem-Based Learning- A very nicely designed site.
- Problem-posing, Problem-solving, Persuasion- Discusses questioning techniques.
- Project Approach- A great site for learning the ins-and-outs of project-based learning.
- The Socratic Method: Teaching by Asking Instead of by Telling- Discusses questioning, the key to effective learning.