How to Plan Rigorous Instruction

How to Plan Rigorous Instruction In this latest addition to the Mastering the Principles of Great Teaching series Robyn R Jackson explains how to engage even the most resistant students by identifying and shaping the key investments

In this latest addition to the Mastering the Principles of Great Teaching series, Robyn R Jackson explains how to engage even the most resistant students by identifying and shaping the key investments you want them to make in your classroom.

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How to Plan Rigorous Instruction

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319 Reply to “How to Plan Rigorous Instruction”

  1. It s pretty good I loved many of the ideas and practical ideas for modifying existing lesson plans to use higher level thinking skills I also identified with the explicit teaching of thinking skills and meta cognition However, I think it was often repetitive and too vague Just add rigor And the author makes real world application a magic buzz word Some of the examples, which were generally helpful, would call the exact same process rigorous or non rigorous based on whether the math problem numbe [...]


  2. From the Self Assessment of my instructioonal practices, to the templates for lesson and unit planning, this guide challenged what I know about teaching and definitely what I will do in future to create rigorous lessons and assessments Referring to the rigor and relevance framework, Marzano s research, and he four stages of learning acquisition, application, assimilation, and adaptation , the author gives practical and clear advice on what it takes to move students into metacognition A brilliant [...]


  3. A good overview of planning rigorous instruction Not many new ideas introduced, but organized in a way that will help classroom planning Also, a reminder to use some tools I have that I ve put away




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