Classroom Instruction that Works: Research-based Strategies for Increasing Student Achievement

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Hawker-Brownlow Education, 2004 - Academic achievement - 143 pages
Provides a number of successful strategies for increasing student achievement that may not be new but have been proven to work through practising them. Covers co-operative learning, reinforcing effort and providing recognition, setting objectives and providing feedback, generating and testing hypotheses, and so on.

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User Review  - mrsarey - LibraryThing

This is a very dry book with a lot of excellent ideas. Though hard to read, it is valid in what it presents. Read full review

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User Review  - Devin - Goodreads

Awesome book for any educator, especially one that is just getting into the field (that's me!) Not only does Marzano give you great instructional strategies, but he breaks it down to specifics and then gives examples on how you can use it in your classroom!! Read full review

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