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Barak Rosenshine's Principles of Instruction
Why I think this is such a powerful approach:-
* It is well grounded in three complementary and robust educational research sources.
* It is a relatively straightforward and easy to grasp and not overly complex or wordy.
The original paper was published in 2010 and then reprinted in 2012 as an article in
* It contains 10 clear steps as a teaching sequence, which link strongly to cognitive load theory.
* It is helpfully written as it clearly exemplifies what less effective teachers do and what more
effective teachers do at each stage. This is a helpful way of framing the research as what teacher
is not motivated to become a more effective practitioner?