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Marzano's Strategies

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iPad with Marzano's Nine Essential Strategies for the Classroom Audience: General Education and Special Education Educators Level: High School Instructor: Bill Benjamin Survey http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/z2zpxw5 Dates: August 10, 2011 Times: All day Location: EDCO Waltham: August 10, 2011 Participation: 6 hours Limit: 25 participants Prerequisites: iPad or iPad2, Laptop Computer with your iTunes account, experience with iPad.

Marzano's Instructional Strategies

Similarities and Differences These templates and ideas use the Internet, Kidspiration, Inspiration, and Microsoft Word.

Marzano's Instructional Strategies

These authors have examined decades of research to determine which teaching strategies have positive effects on student learning. To learn more about these strategies, click on Building Better Instruction by Kathy Brabec, Kim Fisher, and Howard Pitler. Another article,Focus on Instruction , by NREL,gives K - 12 examples of classroom activities.

The Strategies - APP-lying Marzano: iPad Strategies That Work

Cooperative Learning Cues, Questions & Graphic Organizers Generating & Testing Hypotheses Homework & Practice Identifying Similarities & Differences Nonlinguistic Representations Reinforcing Effort & Providing Recognition Setting Objectives & Providing Feedback Summarizing & Notetaking

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Using the iPad to Implement Marzrzano's Nine Essential Strategies

The Strategies - APP-lying Marzano: iPad Strategies That Work

Cooperative Learning Cues, Questions & Graphic Organizers Generating & Testing Hypotheses Homework & Practice Identifying Similarities & Differences Nonlinguistic Representations Reinforcing Effort & Providing Recognition Setting Objectives & Providing Feedback Summarizing & Notetaking

marzanotechnology - Extend and Apply Knowledge

Top Strategies to Help Students Extend and Apply Knowledge: Technology Tools for Teaching

Teaching for Tomorrow

Many schools work to integrate the instructional strategies discussed in Classroom Instruction That Works: Research-Based Strategies for Increasing Student Achievement by Marzano, Pickering, and Pollock. Recently, I began compiling a list of iPad apps that correlate to the nine strategies outlined in the book, and this is the first post in a series devoted to each strategy.