What is a routine?
Routines require an introduction and identification of actions, then are used without thinking about the actions in daily activities (tying your shoes, washing hands). Routines are narrow in the scope of what it accomplishes. Routines are completed in the current time frame. The action pattern is a habit or a sequence of actions that don’t vary. Expected outcome always the same.
Why are routines needed for teachers to tailor instruction to meet student learning needs?
|Group Learning Routine|
|Independent Learning Routines|
|Durable Learning Routines|