Part 11 - Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers
Research Based Strategies for the Classroom
Part #11 - Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers
Teachers set the stage for learning by finding out what students already know, then connect new ideas to students' existing knowledge base. Using a variety of instructional strategies, teachers guide students from the known to the unknown, from familiar territory to new concepts. This issue of The Classroom Management Series provides key research findings, implementation ideas and additional resources about cues, questions, and advance organizers that are among the tools and strategies that teachers use to set the stage for learning. These tools create a framework that helps students focus on what they are about to learn.
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