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Classroom Instruction that Works: Research-Based Strategies for Increasing… (edition 2004)

by Robert J. Marzano

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This brief book presents research on the best strategies for raising student achievement through classroom instruction. Readers will find a wealth of research evidence, statistical data, and case studies. Nine categories of instructional strategies--Identifying Similarities and Differences; Summarizing and Note Taking; Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition; Homework and Practice; Nonlinguistic Representations; Cooperative Learning; Setting Objectives and Providing Feedback; Generating and Testing Hypotheses; and Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers--that maximize student learning are introduced, along with the pertinent information to understand and synthesize each. For elementary school educators, administrators, and academic advisors and counselors.… (more)
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Title:Classroom Instruction that Works: Research-Based Strategies for Increasing Student Achievement (ASCD)
Authors:Robert J. Marzano
Info:Prentice Hall (2004), Paperback, 192 pages
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This is a perfect resource for all educators seeking research on the best strategies for raising student achievement through classroom instruction. A guide for educators of students in K-12, readers will find a wealth of research evidence, statistical data, and case studies. Nine categories of instructional strategies that maximize student learning are introduced, along with the pertinent information to understand and synthesize each:

Studies in effect size and percentile gain units
Guiding principles for using the strategies
Classroom examples of model instructional practice
Charts, frames, rubrics, organizers, and other tools--will help teachers to apply the strategies immediately in the classoom.
  Melanie1 | Jun 21, 2011 |
A meta-analysis of research on strategies that work to increase student academic achievement. Can be dry in places, but also is a dynamic approach to helping teachers apply strategic teaching in their classrooms. Pair with Marzano's book on technology and the Classroom Instruction that Works for ELL's and you have got a winner! ( )
  verucas_chaos | Feb 21, 2009 |
This is a very dry book with a lot of excellent ideas. Though hard to read, it is valid in what it presents. ( )
  mrsarey | Feb 20, 2008 |
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This brief book presents research on the best strategies for raising student achievement through classroom instruction. Readers will find a wealth of research evidence, statistical data, and case studies. Nine categories of instructional strategies--Identifying Similarities and Differences; Summarizing and Note Taking; Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition; Homework and Practice; Nonlinguistic Representations; Cooperative Learning; Setting Objectives and Providing Feedback; Generating and Testing Hypotheses; and Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers--that maximize student learning are introduced, along with the pertinent information to understand and synthesize each. For elementary school educators, administrators, and academic advisors and counselors.

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