Since 2007, The Art and Science of Teaching: A Comprehensive Framework for Effective Instruction has been the go-to resource for teachers wishing to improve their classroom outcomes. But with the advent of The New Art and Science of Teaching, educational researcher and expert Robert J. Marzano has redefined what it means to succeed in the classroom, and as a teacher.
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. Each chapter provides guidance for planning changes and highlights current education practices to put the strategies in place.
Also included in the series are The New Art and Science of Classroom Assessment (SOT6870), The New Art and Science of Teaching Writing (SOT7521) and The New Art and Science of Teaching Reading (SOT8689). These companion books to The New Art and Science of Teaching focus on improving students’ literacy skills and showing teachers how to make the most of feedback.