A GROUNDBREAKING STRATEGY

FOR WELL-DESIGNED, WELL-TAUGHT LESSONS

READERS WILL FIND:

Strategies for continuous, systematized student engagement

A new, field-tested strategy for skill development and guided practice

Clear alignment to the latest content standards

Expanded corrective feedback strategies

Clear alignment to the latest content standards

WHAT YOU'LL FIND INSIDE

Written in an easy-to-read, entertaining style, this resource provides K-12 teachers with concrete strategies, detailed sample lessons, and scenarios that illustrate what EDI techniques look like in inclusive and diverse classrooms. With chapters covering the individual components of EDI, such as checking for understanding and activating prior knowledge, this updated edition refines the methods so that they are even more effective and easier to implement.

The Big Picture

Combining educational theory, brain research, and data analysis, this is a fine-tuned, step-by-step guide to a highly effective teaching method.


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WORDS FROM HAPPY READERS!

Kathy A. Bragan, Director of Support Services

"Gansevoort was one of the first schools in our district to get off the focus list. I attribute a lot of that to the EDI strategies."

Yves Bamrock

"I flagged page after page. I had been a classroom teacher for ten years and was unaware of many of the EDI strategies."

Peter Whitmore, Collaborative Coach

EDUCATORS ALL OVER THE WORLD ARE READING IT

Dr. Wesley Severs, Principal

"Once teachers experienced EDI, they saw the value. Many teachers have told me they can’t remember how they taught before."

Trudy Cox, School Instructional Coach

"EDI makes students accountable. They see now that school is a place to work and learn and play, and they love it. Because even though it is hard, they are doing well."

Explicit Direct Instruction (EDI), an approach based on the premise that all children can learn, helps teachers deliver well-designed, well-taught lessons that significantly improve achievement for all learners. Authors Hollingsworth and Ybarra have refined and extended their highly successful methods in this second edition of their bestselling book.

She served as a teacher, principal, and assistant superintendent at several schools before applying her knowledge of learning, language, and research to improve education in the classroom.

Dr. Silvia Ybarra

AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT

John Hollingsworth

With his varied background as a systems analyst, engineer, and musician, John has applied his analytical and presenting skills to the field of education, transforming lives with his insights into the teaching process.

A Groundbreaking Strategy for Well-Designed, Well-Taught Lessons

An Educational Best Seller

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