The group investigation model of instruction is perfect for increasing student interest, motivation, and participation. It’s a wonderful tool for introducing a new unit.
Structure a lesson so that students discover plural spelling rules on their own using the inductive model of instruction.
A perfect introduction to the year, as well as inductive thinking. Your students will develop a motto for your classroom using Hilda Taba’s inductive model.
What if we made the study of quadrilaterals, triangles, or three-dimensional figures an exploration incorporating creativity, discussion, and student-led thinking?
Beniy Waisanen explains how his students analyze literature using an inductive model of instruction.
Learn to organize your content and connect lessons across the curriculum using abstract ideas. Appeal to gifted students’ strengths, while also focusing your own teaching.
Incorporate inductive thinking into lessons to capture gifted students’ natural intuition. Carefully structure lessons to ensure student success, while also giving them a chance to “figure it out.”
In this video, we’re going to layer depth and complexity onto a direct instruction lesson using classic literature and art, more advanced content, increased thinking skills, and a writing focus.