This episode looks at how to embed high-impact routines into your classroom and your teaching. We ask which routines or learning habits are the most successful and how can they be established in order to make teaching and learning more efficient and effective.

We ask three key questions of our experts: Why are classroom routines so important? How can we establish classroom routines? What routines do we want to establish – which ones matter the most and will help to ensure that our classroom is an effective learning environment?

What are the most useful habits and routines to introduce to facilitate teaching and learning? We offer some concrete ideas and suggestions.

We discuss how we can decide upon, create, and establish these routines, including a seven-step process for creating and embedding routines.

We talk about how routines can lessen cognitive load in lessons for students, the importance of consistency and efficiency in the routines we create, and what we do when students don’t get the routines right.

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