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    Instructional Strategies in the Classroom Setting

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    For each group size, describe the instructional strategy you chose, i.e. case story, discussion, lecture, distance learning, case study, demonstration and simulation, course portfolio, etc. and briefly explain why.

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    I think that much of this answer is going to be dependent on specific conditions in a classroom setting. Any instructor recognizes that there is not really a "one size fits all" approach to teaching. Instructional strategies have to be deployed under specific conditions in order to gain the maximum effect. For example, in a larger group setting, with large class size, it might be more effective to use a case story and small group discussion techniques, in order to ...

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    When does one use different instructional strategies in the classroom setting?

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