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Explicit Instruction – How well you teach = How well they learn

Explicit Instruction is an unambiguous and direct approach to teaching that incorporates a set of delivery and design procedures derived from effective research. It is centered around a gradual release of responsibility. 

Principles of Effective Instruction

1. Optimize engaged time/time on task.

2. Promote high levels of success.

3. Increase content coverage.

4. Spend more time in instructional groups.

5. Scaffold instruction.

6. Address different forms of knowledge.