Effectiveness & Student Satisfaction: Instructional Strategies

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Effectiveness & Student Satisfaction: Instructional Strategies by Mind Map: Effectiveness & Student Satisfaction: Instructional Strategies

1. Need To Study: What Instructional Strategy is more beneficial and satisfactory for general education and special needs students.

2. Interactive Learning

2.1. Simulation

2.1.1. "Simulations". Lunce, 2006

2.2. Blended Learning

2.2.1. "Pedagogical Alternative". Bakar & Hisham, 2006

2.2.2. "Achievement & Satisfaction". Melton, Bland & Chopak-Foss 2009

2.3. Hands on Learning

2.3.1. "Impact". Ekwueme & Ezenwa-Nebife, 2015

3. Special Education

3.1. Reading Comprehension

3.1.1. "Interactive Instructional Strategy". Bos, Anders, Filip & Jaffe, 2016

3.1.2. "Effectiveness". Yujeong, Brownell,Bettini, & Benedict, 2019

3.2. Situated Learning

3.2.1. "Interactive Engagement". Mahoney & Wheeden, 1999

3.3. English Language Learners

3.3.1. "Assessment". Pichardo, 2014

4. Traditional Learning

4.1. Lectures

4.1.1. "Teaching Strategies". Linneman, 2019

4.1.2. "Student Interest". Hein, 2014

4.2. Self Paced/Autonomous Learning

4.2.1. "Information Technologies". Palaigeorgiou, & Papadopoulou, 2018