Rosenshine and why teacher effectiveness research still makes sense, but isn’t the full story.

Originally posted on education ruminations: Rosenshine’s (2012) principles of instruction are deservedly having a bit of a moment in education. This is good news, as they are firmly grounded teacher effectiveness research. This, now quite venerable, field has been one of the more successful parts of educational research in providing valid and reliable findings of…

Rosenshine and why teacher effectiveness research still makes sense, but isn’t the full story. — From experience to meaning…

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