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Marzano Research is a joint venture between Solution Tree and Dr. Robert J. Marzano. Marzano Research combines Dr. Marzano's forty years of educational research with continuous action research in all major areas of schooling in order to provide effective and accessible instructional strategies, show more leadership strategies, and classroom assessment strategies that are always at the forefront of best practice. show less
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Works by Robert J. Marzano

On Excellence in Teaching (2007) 27 copies
Tactics for thinking (1986) 2 copies

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This book was required reading for my M.A. in Secondary Education. It contains many useful ideas for teaching and assessing. Most of these strategies can likely be found for free online, but it is helpful to have a set of recommendations already prepared.
 
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AliciaBooks | Jun 28, 2023 |
This starts off very statistics and data heavy, making it EXTREMELY dry and difficult to read. Here's hoping it picks up.
 
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benuathanasia | Jan 11, 2018 |
This book presents a different way of thinking about learning. Often used in colleges of education to help students begin to think about how students learn and what constitutes higher levels of learning, this book explores the history behind Bloom's Taxonomy and then presents some of the issues associated with it. The authors present their own views on hierarchical learning and the taxonomy they've developed. This book is a good resource for those who have found issue with the silo effect of Bloom's three domains.… (more)
 
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CTLLibrary | May 13, 2013 |
The authors examine Bloom's Taxonomy of Learning for strengths and weaknesses and in this book create a new taxonomy of learning that builds off of the strengths and addresses the weaknesses. For those that have found Bloom (especially the revised version) a little confusing due to the role that knowledge plays in all subsequent levels (and is a necessary prerequisite for learning) - and then spreading this across four dimensions (including metacognitive, procedural, conceptual, etc.), and across three domains (cognitive, psychomotor, affective) - this taxonomy combines the three domains into six levels. Chapter 2 is where the taxonomy is revealed and explained - but don't skip chapter 1; the background provided makes understanding the taxonomy much easier.… (more)
 
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CTLLibrary | 1 other review | May 8, 2013 |

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