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Brianna Yeager ELM-210November 4, 2017Jeffrey Cochran Six Instructional StrategiesTableDirect InstructionThis is a strategy for straightforward, teachingtechniques. The teacher stands in front of theclass and teaches the information. Indirect instruction This way of teaching doesn’t come from theteacher, this is student centered. The studentshave to be making inquiries, critical thinkingand problem solving Collaborative learning Collaborative learning can be from student tostudents or in larger groups. Students can beworking in pairs to problem solve. Experiential learning There are four stages to this cycle actmeaning do something, reflect look back onthe experience, conceptualize make sense ofyou experience, and apply put it to the test. Independent studyStudents work independently, the student isself-initiative, self-reliance, and self-improving. Interactive instructionThis instruction relies on discussion ansharing, this help develops social skills and1

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