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  1. TEACHING WITH THE CONCEPT ANCHORING ROUTINE (2002) (Video Download)

    TEACHING WITH THE CONCEPT ANCHORING ROUTINE (2002) (Video Download)

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    The Concept Anchoring Routine focuses on how teachers can help students understand key concepts. This routine is designed to promote increased understanding by anchoring new information to familiar information. In this video, a secondary teacher uses the Concept Anchoring Routine to help students gain an understanding of the concept oxidization. She compares the familiar concept of how a washing machine cleans laundry to the new concept of how a liver oxidizes alcohol. (Length: 21:00) Learn More
  2. TEACHING WITH THE CONCEPT MASTERY ROUTINE  (1998) (Video Download)

    TEACHING WITH THE CONCEPT MASTERY ROUTINE (1998) (Video Download)

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    This video introduces viewers to the Concept Diagram and the Concept Mastery Routine and helps them understand how to incorporate these items into their teaching repertoires. (Length: 19:00) Learn More
  3. THE RECALL ENHANCEMENT ROUTINE  (Jean B. Schumaker, Janis A. Bulgren, Donald D. Deshler, B. Keith Lenz) (Softcover)

    THE RECALL ENHANCEMENT ROUTINE (Jean B. Schumaker, Janis A. Bulgren, Donald D. Deshler, B. Keith Lenz) (Softcover)

    $18.00

    Using the Recall Enhancement Routine, teachers show students how to create and use mnemonic devices called Recall Devices to commit information to memory and, ultimately, perform well on tests. Teachers use the routine to cue students that information is important, construct a Recall Device, explicitly link the device and the important information, and review the device and information. Learn More
  4. THE SURVEY ROUTINE (Donald D. Deshler, Jean B. Schumaker, Philip C. McKnight) (Softcover)

    THE SURVEY ROUTINE (Donald D. Deshler, Jean B. Schumaker, Philip C. McKnight) (Softcover)

    $18.00

    Teacher use of the Survey Routine helps students prepare for reading assignments by making students aware of the main ideas associated with the passage to help them focus on the most important information as they read. The routine helps students analyze the structure and key content of a passage by discussing its title, predicting content, identifying its relationship to other passages in the unit of study, naming its main parts, identifying key information, and paraphrasing a summary of the passage. Learn More

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