Instructional Strategies Book


We've vetted the best strategies for you.

Hello, Teaching Strategies contains 50+ teaching strategies to deepen learning and turn up awesome in all subject areas. All 50+ teaching strategies work for students in grades K-16. Yep. You heard us.  Even in higher ed!  Hello, Teaching Strategies contains an assortment of classic strategies, plus ones that are completely original.  Each strategy comes with instructions for face-to-face and online learning, plus blackline masters (when appropriate).  Special notes in each strategy will help you use the strategy effectively with your K-16 students.


Choose the ebook or softcover book.

Co-authored by Jackie Gambone + Jen Lara, Hello, Teaching Strategies is available as an ebook and as a bounded, softcover book through Amazon.  If you order the 98-page ebook,  you will be able to download it immediately after purchase through a link sent to your specified email.  Hello, Teaching Strategies pairs nicely with our Hello, Question Cards (separate purchase HERE).  Why not go all the way in your teaching, right?


Curious about the backstory?

Over the past decade, we have been consistently asked to share our favorite teaching strategies with K-12 educators and college professors.  Though there are a gazillion teaching strategies out there and plenty of books about them, these 50+ strategies are our absolute favorites.  We know they work.  You don't have to mine through our book to understand them.  The instructions for each strategy are right there, written simply, and every handout or graphic you need is ready-to-go for you.  You could literally close your eyes and choose a teaching strategy and turn up awesome immediately with your students.

Buying options: Softcover or ebook?

Softcover Book

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Jeff, Educator

"Any teacher willing to invest some time reading this book will surely become a better educator in return!"

Kayla, Student Teacher

"With Hello, Teaching Strategies, teachers are saved hours of planning time along with the stresses that come with trying new ideas in the classroom....teachers can easily implement these teaching strategies within their classroom(s)."

Dr. Phelan, College Professor

“Easy to read and it makes 

you want to keep reading.”