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I slowly added Teacher Time and then Lesson Work, so that by the end of the second week, we were in full swing. The term "Direct Instruction" refers to a rigorously developed, highly scripted method for teaching that is fast-paced and provides constant interaction between students and the teacher. Although students' perceptions of their self-efficacy originally develop from their experiences with success and failure in instruction, those expectations later can become factors that prevent low-achieving students from attempting to learn, or persevering in trying to apply, mathematical concepts and skills.

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Publisher: Trentham Books (August 4, 2009)

ISBN: 1858564492

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