How do we apply education research and psychology into an online software context?
Recently, I hosted a webinar attended by hundreds of teachers who gathered to learn more about Barak Rosenshine’s research and the 17 principles of effective instruction.
Teachers attended from all parts of the globe. From Belgium to Beijing, Jordan to New Zealand and many more, it was clear that teachers were keen to learn how to apply a very popular piece of research in an online teaching environment.
Organised by myself and the team at LessonUp, I was joined by award-winning teacher Dr Ute Steenkamp, a special educational needs coordinator at a secondary school in Essex, England. In this session, Ute outlines how their school has adopted the principles of effective instruction and tailored very specific professional development for all teachers to help embed those principles.
What makes Rosenshine’s principles so popular?
Rosenshine was one of the first researchers to combine education and education psychology as a piece of research. First published in 1982, what started as six recommendations soon evolved into 17, leading to notoriety amongst teachers.
LessonUp, an online community of teachers with over 1 million lesson plans, have published an excellent White Paper that outlines how teachers can apply Barak Rosenshine’s 10 Principles of Instruction alongside 12 learning techniques and strategies and how teachers can apply the principles directly in the classroom.
How do you apply Rosenshine online?
Learn how you can apply these Principles of Instruction directly into your teaching. Make sure to attend as you can receive CPD credits and a free guide.
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