Course Delivery

Have you ever wondered why some lessons work so well while others do not?  Or have you wanted to find a way to improve skills or knowledge with your students? This series of brief videos addresses the four main views of learning from educational psychology and demonstrates how, as teachers, we often feel pulled in various directions.  Then we discuss instructional models and how we can use them to reduce frustration and get more student achievement.

Structuring the Daily Lesson

Instructional Models

Instructional Models 1
This video is an introduction to the four views of learning from educational psychology.

Video (Run time: 11:03)
Here is the power point in a PDF to follow along.

Instructional Models 2
After learning about the four views of learning, listen to a discussion about the tensions at play in our classrooms and how we can begin to address them.

Video (Run time: 10:21)

Instructional Models 3
Finally, review the four instructional models that you can use to focus classroom learning to increase student achievement

Video (Run time: 17:47)

Engagement Ideas

This video is an introduction to the four views of learning from educational psychology.

Video (Run time: 11:03)
Here is the power point in a PDF to follow along.

Questioning Strategies

After learning about the four views of learning, listen to a discussion about the tensions at play in our classrooms and how we can begin to address them.

Video (Run time: 10:21)

Managing Behavioral Expectations in the Classroom

Finally, review the four instructional models that you can use to focus classroom learning to increase student achievement

Video (Run time: 17:47)