Common Instructional Framework

The Common Instructional Framework, developed by Jobs for the Future, identifies six strategies for powerful teaching and learning. Forming the basis of a coherent college-preparatory curriculum, these instructional strategies succeed because they engage all students in learning and require them to take an active role in their education.

The six strategies to build college readiness are:

    • Collaborative Group Work
    • Writing to Learn
    • Scaffolding
    • Questioning
    • Classroom Talk
    • Literacy Groups

Source Organization: Jobs for the Future

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