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Effective Teaching Strategies
Through meta-analysis of thirty years of research, Robert Marzano has identified nine categories of instruction that effective teachers use, as well as seven research-based elements of effective classroom management. SOESD staff developers are trained in these strategies and can offer staff development in the research and practical applications.
Objectives of the training:
- Knowledge of the research on Effective Teaching Strategies
- Understanding of the link from research to action in the classroom
- Application of the strategies to personal and professional needs
- Reflection on practice of these strategies in the classroom
- Planning: Setting Objectives, Homework and Practice
- Feedback, Reinforcement and Praise
- Activation of Learning: Generating and Testing Hypotheses, Similarities and Differences, Summarizing and Note Taking.
- Engagement: Nonlinguistic Representations; Cues, Questions and Advance Organizers; Cooperative Learning
For more information, contact SOESD Curriculum staff at 541.776.6771