TLAC Online contains 31 modules across 13 techniques, grouped into two categories:
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What To Do directions communicate what students SHOULD be doing, not what they SHOULDN'T be doing. Almost all other techniques rely on a foundation of clear directions. Start here if you're not sure where to begin.
Radar is your ability to see what happens in your classroom.
The goal of Least Invasive Intervention is to make your redirections nearly invisible so that you can keep teaching and students can keep learning.
Strong Voice is a technique for adjusting your speech and body language to ensure students listen carefully to what you say.
Give directions and redirections that motivate and inspire students to do their best work.
Well-planned systems are key to productive and joyful classrooms.
When you Cold Call students, you call on them regardless of whether they have raised their hands or not. Teach and develop the habit of attentiveness with Cold Call.Try a Free Module
Show Call is a variation on Cold Call. When you Show Call, you use student work to prompt further learning, analysis, and revision.
Double Planning is the process of planning what both you and your students will do at each point in the lesson.
Plan for Error is the process of anticipating student misunderstandings and determining how you will respond to them in the moment.
When you use Art of the Sentence, you ask students to synthesize a conclusion, describe an insight, or summarize a complex idea in a single, well-crafted sentence.
An Exit Ticket is a short, formative assessment that you can use to evaluate your students' success with the lesson objective. Use Exit Tickets to understand students' academic performance and plan how you will respond.
When you Stretch It, you respond to students' correct answers with more challenging questions.