Principle 6 - Responsive Teaching
"Great teachers receive feedback on levels of understanding through regular questioning which
seeks to involve all learners. When teachers identify misconceptions, they intervene, whether it be at individual, group, or whole class level. Teachers should seek to develop fluency and embed learning through techniques such as interleaving, retrieval practice and spaced learning."
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Great Teaching - Responsive Teaching (UK)
24 practical and interactive techniques to meet the principle
- Feedback to teachers through questioning (3)
- Technology response systems for feedback to teachers (2)
- Retrieval practice, spaced practice, and interleaving (12)
- Recall to deeper understanding (7)