10-23-19, 11-6-19, and 12-4-19 Explicit Instruction: Essential Strategies for Students with Learning Challenges
Explicit instruction is a research-based strategy that is comprised of systematic, direct, engaging instruction that is success oriented. Join us at CKEC for a series of 3 modules to learn about the principles and practices of explicit instruction through the work of Dr. Anita Archer and Charles A. Hughes authors of Explicit Instruction-Effective and Efficient Teaching.
Wednesday, October 23rd
Exploring the Foundations of Explicit Instruction-elements and principles
Organizing for Instruction-organization of physical space, establishing classroom rules, routines, and procedures
Wednesday, November 6th
Delivering Instruction: Eliciting Responses
Delivering Instruction: Other Critical Delivery Skills-monitoring, pacing, feedback
Wednesday, December 4th
Designing Lessons: Skills and Strategies, Vocabulary and Content, Rules
Providing Appropriate Independent Practice-types of practice
Participants will register one time for all three sessions and will receive a copy of Explicit Instruction-Effective and Efficient Teaching by Anita L. Archer and Charles A. Hughes.