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Instructional Strategies

Using research-based instructional strategies maximizes teachers’ ability to enhance student achievement. Clear descriptions and concrete examples of how strategies look and sound in the classroom help teachers choose and implement strategies wisely.

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  1. The New Art and Science of Teaching

    The New Art and Science of Teaching

    The New Art and Science of Teaching is a well-researched instructional framework that comprehensively addresses the most alterable effect on student achievement—quality instruction.

  2. Close Reading in the Secondary Classroom

    Close Reading in the Secondary Classroom

    In this workshop, participants will explore a six-step process for close reading, as well as important issues around text selection, planning, and assessment.

  3. The New Art and Science of Teaching Reading

    The New Art and Science of Teaching Reading

    Robert J. Marzano’s popular New Art and Science of Teaching framework provides a general model of effective teaching; in this workshop, you’ll explore reading-specific instructional strategies that fit within and extend Dr. Marzano’s framework to encompass five overarching areas of literacy development.

  4. The New Art and Science of Teaching Writing

    The New Art and Science of Teaching Writing

    To effectively teach writing, educators must intentionally select and implement research-based practices for instruction and assessment. Using Dr. Marzano’s The New Art and Science of Teaching framework, participants will discover a range of strategies specifically designed to help develop students’ writing skills as well as the interconnected reading skills essential to their success.

  5. Instructional Rounds

    Instructional Rounds

    Develop collaborative processes for exploring and honing instructional practices. This workshop for teams of leaders and teachers shows how to implement instructional rounds successfully.

  6. The Art and Science of Teaching

    The Art and Science of Teaching

    Great teachers are made, not born. Even small improvements in teacher effectiveness can impact student achievement. Acquire new tools and strategies to become the best teacher you can be.

  7. Enhancing the Art and Science of Teaching With Technology

    Enhancing the Art and Science of Teaching With Technology

    Enhance learning today, and prepare students for success tomorrow. The shifts articulated by the Common Core State Standards increase accountability for learning outcmoes in the classroom and in the technology rich world beyond. This interactive workshop shows how to integrate technology into the research-based strategies from The Art and Science of Teaching to enhance instruction while preparing students for college and career success in the 21st century.

  8. Using Questioning Sequences in the Classroom

    Using Questioning Sequences in the Classroom

    Elicit higher-order thinking from students. Learn a four-phase process for questioning that prompts students to use the argumentation and reasoning skills highlighted in the Common Core State Standards.