The New Art and Science of Teaching by Robert J. Marzano is more than a revision of The Art and Science of Teaching. It is a greatly expanded volume, offering a framework for substantive change based on Marzano’s fifty years of education research and observation.
In The New Art and Science of Teaching, Marzano identifies ten design areas within three categories of teaching — (1) feedback, (2) content, and (3) context — that form a road map for F–12 teachers’ lesson and unit planning. Within these ten design areas, Marzano explores forty-three categories of instructional strategies that contain more than 330 specific classroom strategies educators can implement for optimal student learning.
This full-colour, glossy guide has two easy-to-use sections, and is the perfect classroom resource to use alongside The New Art & Science of Teaching. The first has been designed for teachers to use as a quick
reference when planning units of instruction or as a tool for reflection to determine Elements for a focus on deliberate practice and goal setting. It shows the forty-three Elements and suggested strategies that can be utilised for each strategy. The second section, entitled “43 Elements with Desired Effects for Students”, details the desired student response that can be expected when each element is used effectively. This section can be used by teachers to monitor the effectiveness of how they have applied each element. In such a way, it becomes a valuable tool for teacher reflection and goal setting.
This quick reference guide is designed to be used as a supplement for The New Art and Science of Teaching (SOT2922), assisting you in applying the ideas presented in the text to a classroom setting.
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