The following links support
e-course ED 726
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The Web is such a fantastic treasure trove of information. Hopefully, the sites selected here represent good examples of
information and connections available.
Have fun browsing and
Nice general overview of advantages and disadvantages of a number of
models and instructional techniques.
Graffiti Model - From L. Wilson's collection a general overview with sample
- Susan Kovalik's Integrated Thematic Instruction
1: Wonderful overview of the history and strengths of the jigsaw
2: From L. Wilson's collection a general overview with sample lesson plans.
theories and models of teaching - a great general resources page.-
Study - Lesson study is a Japanese
educational concept whereby teachers actively observe, review, and discuss en
mass the intricacies of a lesson in order to improve the instructional quality
of the lesson. These pages are from the Mills group and there are links whereby
you can watch this process to see how it works.
Ryder's pages on models
- A comprehensive overview of instructional families
of models arranged by philosophical orientation.