Strategies for Effective Lesson Planning
Integrated Course Design
Why do we write detailed lesson plan?
Why do we need to write lesson plans?
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Six Common Mistakes in Writing Lesson Plans (What to do About Them)
Dr. Robert Kizlik
Updated June 21, 2013
http://www.adprima.com/mistakes.htm Why should we plan lessons?
Wong, H. The First Days of Teaching: How To Be An Effective Teacher
Writing Lesson Plans
Dr. Stephen D. Holtrop
“Using Lesson Study with Pre-service Secondary Mathematics Teachers: Effects on
Instruction, Planning, and Efficacy to Teach Mathematics”
by Jameel Mostofo
Plans? Why Bother?
references at the end
The Impact of the Instructional Planning Self-Reflective Tool on Preservice Teacher Performance, Disposition, and Self-Efficacy Beliefs Regarding Systematic Instructional Planning http://www.speakeasydesigns.com/SDSU/student/SAGE/compsprep/Instructional_Planning_Self-Reflective_Tool.pdf
Instructional planning is a method to help teachers systematically design instruction.
Numerous instructional planning models have been developed (e.g.,
Dick & Reiser, 1989;
Dick & Carey, 1996;
Seels & Glasgow, 1990) with the goal of improving teacher instruction.
A systematic approach, which is the focus of this paper, has been shown to be beneficial because it results in effective instruction (Reiser & Dick, 1996*).
*Instructional planning: A guide for teachers.
Reiser, R.A., & Dick, W. (1996).
Allyn and Bacon.