Teaching Strategies, Differentiation and an Embedded Worldview Research-based Effective Teaching Strategies Nine teaching strategies are laid out for us in the book entitled Classroom instruction that works (Marzano, Pickering, & Pollock, 2001). These strategies are to give educators the methods to increase student learning and achievement (Ainsworth, 2010). One important strategy for teachers to utilize is to identify and communicate clear learning objectives and to provide regular immediate
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