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Adding quality to teacher training by benefiting from strategies and prescriptive principles of effective teaching
Mohsen Bayat * , Jaber Eftekhari
PhD in Educational Technology, Department of Educational Sciences, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran, Iran , Mohsenbayat20@gmail.com
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Introduction: During the last six decades, various educational theories and models have been presented in the educational literature. Therefore, the aim of the current research was to provide appropriate strategies and principles in order to improve the effectiveness and quality of teachers' teaching
Methods: Using qualitative content analysis method of inductive formation of classification, the researcher has identified and classified four prescriptive strategies and a set of sub-principles that should be considered in effective teaching design. Various educational theories such as David Merrill's basic educational principles, Janasen's learning environments, the seven-step model of Leshin, Pollock and Reigluth, Merrill's components representation theory, Gardner's multiple approaches to understanding and Star learning software to extract these strategies and principles. A prescription has been reviewed.
Results: The findings of the research indicated that four prescriptive teaching strategies were identified and classified including: a. Effective teaching should include interactions to present and display educational experiences and activities. B. Effective teaching should include interactions to practice learning knowledge and skills by students. J. Effective teaching should include interactions to provide feedback and coaching. D. Effective teaching should include interactions to measure and evaluate the amount of acquisition and transfer of knowledge and skills learned.
Conclusion: The identified teaching strategies and prescriptive principles can be used as a framework for designing educational interactions in classroom teaching as well as a criterion for evaluating their effectiveness and efficiency.
Keywords: Educational strategy, effective teaching, prescriptive principles, educational quality
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2022/07/2 | Accepted: 2022/11/26 | Published: 2023/05/11

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