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||Coaching Classroom Instruction
By Robert J. Marzano and Julia A. Simms
With Tom Roy, Tammy Heflebower, and Phil Warrick
“Drawing upon a vast array of studies on teacher behaviors that are shown to produce growth in student achievement, Marzano and his colleagues describe a developmental approach to coaching and consulting intended to calibrate and encourage integration of 41 research-based teaching strategies into classroom instruction.”
—Arthur L. Costa and Robert J. Garmston, professors emeriti, California State University; cofounders, Center for Cognitive Coaching
||Becoming a Reflective Teacher
By Robert J. Marzano
With Tina Boogren, Tammy Heflebower, Jessica Kanold-McIntyre, and Debra Pickering
“Reflection is at the core of professional practice; at the core of deepening instruction. Becoming a Reflective Teacher is a valuable and practical resource for linking reflection with effective instruction and student learning. Packed with strategies, tools, and examples for focusing reflection and self-assessing the outcomes, I see teachers and teams routinely accessing its wealth of information.”
—Gail Ghere, assistant administrator, Office of Leadership Development,
Saint Paul Public Schools, Minnesota
||Teaching & Assessing 21st Century Skills
By Robert J. Marzano and Tammy Heflebower
“The book provides an excellent synthesis of theory, research, instructional design, and assessment techniques for helping students learn 21st century skills.”
—Chris Dede, Timothy E. Wirth Professor in Learning Technologies,
Harvard Graduate School of Education
“Marzano and Heflebower have made a valuable contribution to the growing 21st century skills movement.
Their book offers both a sound theoretical framework and many useful starting points for practitioners.”
—Tony Wagner, Innovation Education Fellow,
Technology and Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard
||Designing & Teaching Learning Goals & Objectives
By Robert J. Marzano
“I believe Designing & Teaching Learning Goals & Objectives is destined to become an education classic.”
—Heidi Hayes Jacobs, executive director, Curriculum Mapping Institute
“Robert Marzano brilliantly translates goal-setting research into thought-provoking and doable professional practice. . . . Designing & Teaching Learning Goals & Objectives provides new and veteran educators alike with insightful strategies for laying the foundation stone of clear, measurable learning objectives upon which to build dynamic lessons and corresponding assessments.”
—Larry Ainsworth, author, Power Standards and “Unwrapping” the Standards
||Formative Assessment & Standards-Based Grading
By Robert J. Marzano
"Once again, Bob Marzano has brought world-class clarity and analysis to two profoundly important factors that affect student learning: formative assessment and grading."
—Mike Schmoker, author and consultant
"Robert Marzano cuts to the heart of assessment and grading in this essential book. Although there is a mountain of research on the impact of feedback on student learning, teacher feedback is impotent unless it is accurate, timely, and designed to improve performance. With compelling evidence and practical exercises, this book builds a necessary bridge from theory to practice."
—Douglas B. Reeves, chairman of the Leadership and Learning Center
The Highly Engaged Classroom
By Robert J. Marzano and Debra Pickering
With Tammy Hefflebower
"The twenty-first century classroom needs to shift dramatically to catch up to a new generation of learners coming to our schools every day. Engaging learners is key. The Highly Engaged Classroom will give you specific, exciting, and fresh approaches to genuinely empower your students. The learner moves to the driver's seat as teachers equip them with tools to learn from feedback and navigate their future."
—Heidi Hayes Jacobs
“My two daughters are beginning teachers. As such, they need theoretically sound, yet eminently practical guidance for their work with students. The ideas in this book will unquestionably make their classrooms more engaging!”
—Jay McTighe, educational consultant, Maryland