A Study of Pedagogy, Curricula, Teaching Practices and Teacher Education in Developing Countries.
In the most comprehensive review to date of 489 studies, researchers commissioned by DFID identified three interactive strategies and six engaging teaching practices that effective teachers use in the classroom.
Three interactive teaching strategies:
Six engaging teaching practices:
Researchers also found that effective teachers had positive attitudes toward their training and their students. This helped to position them in the best frame of mind to shape the teaching and learning process in ways that are interactive, engaging, and participatory, provoking visible responses from students and providing indication that learning is taking place.