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The simple fact is we are all different. So why not have fun with that? Using a range of teaching strategies in primary school is more engaging for everyone and will really benefit the progress learners make. Here’s a list of 15 of our favourite teaching strategies for primary schools with links to fantastic Twinkl resources to designed to help put them into practice: Sample lessons: Examining Utopia & Dystopia in The Giver, Hopi Poetry, The Realism in Magical Realism Help kids learn about money: where it comes from, how it works, and how to manage it. There’s a free mobile app to try out too.

Sample lessons: Color Poems—Using the Five Senses to Guide Pre-Writing, Teaching About Story Structure Using Fairy Tales, A Blast From the Past With Nuclear Chemistry Scholastic Teachers From devices like laptops and tablets to using the internet to connect students with information and people from around the world, technology plays an ever-greater role in many of today’s classrooms. In the high-tech approach to learning, teachers utilize many different types of technology to aid students in their classroom learning. In addition to the many philosophical and pedagogical approaches to teaching, classroom educators today employ diverse and sometimes highly creative methods involving specific strategies, prompts and tools that require little explanation. These include: Expeditionary learning is based on the idea that there is considerable educational value in getting students out of the classroom and into the real world. Examples include trips to City Hall or Washington, D.C., to learn about the workings of government, or out into nature to engage in specific study related to the environment. Technology can be used to augment such expeditions, but the primary focus is on getting out into the community for real-world learning experiences. Interactive teaching enables students to be instructed by actively involving them in their learning process through regular teacher-student interaction, student-student interaction. And taking some time out of the class for inquiry-based questions helps improve students’ life skills like communication and problem-solving. The quality of questions matters a lot, and a teacher should ask the students to inquire with subject-based questions or other appropriate questions. However, the inquiry-based teaching strategy has guided inquiry, structured inquiry, open inquiry, and confirmation inquiry. These all promote the use of long-term memory of both teachers and learners. Class gamificationIt is the type of learning method that is considered beneficial for both the learners and the teachers. The teacher’s responsibility is to explain the key points or the importance of following the interactive or participating method during class in general so that students may not resist following it. Many strategies are used in this teaching method like writing exercises, think-pair-share, debate, problem-based learning, or situation analysis. The lecture method It is more of an institution’s duty to take care of students’ sitting comfort and posture because students spend a lot of their day at schools or colleges. Active learning Sample lessons: 28 Ways To Teach and Learn About Poetry, Listen to Five of the World’s Newest, Wildest Instruments, 19 Ways To Teach the 19th Amendment Newsela

Blended learningis another strategy for teachers looking to introduce flexibility into their classroom. This method relies heavily on technology, with part of the instruction taking place online and part in the classroom via a more traditional approach, often leveraging elements of the flipped classroom approach detailed above. At the heart of blended learning is a philosophy of taking the time to understand each student’s learning style and develop strategies to teach to every learner, by building flexibility and choice into your curriculum.Sample lessons: What Happens When a Language Dies?, The Origami Revolution, The Spread of Disease PepsiCo Recycle Rally Without these, pupils often fall into the trap of attributing importance to the so-called ‘surface features’ of a problem, which we naturally discount as irrelevant to the actual maths involved.

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