Based on his book, The Art & Science of Teaching, this video series brings Robert Marzano's comprehensive framework to life.
In Part One, Marzano guides viewers through classroom examples of effective instructional strategies, including: establishing and communicating learning goals, tracking student progress and celebrating success; helping students interact with new knowledge, practise and deepen their understanding, and generate and test hypotheses. Marzano explains the rationale for each of these strategies, and classroom scenes show how teachers artfully combine these strategies with effective classroom management and curriculum design to produce better student learning. A professional development plan with a PowerPoint presentation and teacher handouts is included.
One 45-minute DVD
View Part Two of the DVD series.