Instructional method

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A component of the instructional strategy defining a particular means for accomplishing the objective. For example a traditional instructor led instructional strategy may be accomplished using the lecture method, a Socratic lecture technique, or a defined step-by-step questioning procedure. Also called “method of instruction” or “instructional treatment“.

Click on the Independent Variables link below to see examples of different instructional methods that have been varied in experiments on learning.