High Yield Strategies


High Yield Strategies found on the 360 Degree Walkthrough form.
The following strategies have proven to be effective with students and produced a higher level of learning. Many may be familiar to you through Marzano's work. However, just reading about a strategy is not preparaton enough. Talk to the teachers on your grade level, in your department, and in your school about strategies they have used. Find out what worked and what did not work.

Consider asking your administrators if you can observe other teachings implementing the strategy you want to learn about.

http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/bestprac/--Best Practices Clearinghouse from Texas Education Agency
http://www.childrenslearninginstitute.org/ --The goal of the Children Learning Institute is to be the pre-eminent source for proven clinical and educational programs covering early childhood through late teens. It is located at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, Texas.

Identifying Similarities/Differences
Word Walls
Cooperative Learning
Wait Time
Hands-on Practice Manipulatives
Small Group Instruction
Communicating Learning
Story Mapping
Generating/Testing Hypothesis
Graphic Organizers
Projects, Demonstrations, Modeling, Labs
Summarizing/Note Taking
Concept Maps
Setting Objectives/Providing Feedback
Nonlinguistic Representations
Solving Problems Multiple Ways
Reinforcing Effort/Providing Recognition
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