Professor Barak Rosenshine 10 principles of instruction


In an American Educator article Professor Barak Rosenshine identified 10 principles of instruction in the classroom. These were: undertake a daily review, present new material using small steps, ask questions,provide models, give students practice, check for student understanding, provide scaffolds for difficult tasks, obtain a high success rate, facilitate independent practice and carry out a weekly and monthly review. These principles are useful for all students, especially those with specific learning difficulties.

Professor Barak Rosenshine 10 principles of instruction

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