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Rosenshine’s sixth Principle of Instruction: Check for understanding

One of the biggest challenges facing educators is ensuring that our students are learning what we are teaching them. And more to the point, how do we help ensure that any misconceptions that take root early don’t cement into their long-term memory? This is exactly the question that underpins Rosenshine’s sixth principle of instruction.

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For his sixth principle, Rosenshine recommended that teachers regularly check for student understanding. By checking students’ understanding in the same sequential process that information should be taught, students are less error-prone in their learning and have a better fundamental understanding of the topic.


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