zondag 1 februari 2015

Brophy - Teaching

Fill-in-the-blank worksheets, pages of mathematical computation problems and related tasks that engage students in memorizing facts or practising subskills in isolation from the 21 Students need sufficient opportunities to practise and apply what they are learning, and to receive improvement-oriented feedback.rest of the curriculum should be minimized. Instead, most practice should be embedded within application contexts that feature conceptual understanding of knowledge and selfregulated application of skills. Thus, most practice of reading skills is embedded within lessons involving reading and interpreting extended text, most practice of writing skills is embedded within activities calling for authentic writing, and most practice of mathematics skills is embedded within problemsolving applications (22).


Teacher behavoir and student learning.