What Works in Schools: Translating Research Into Action

What Works in Schools Translating Research Into Action Provides information on the factors affecting student achievement and ways to implement successful teaching strategies

Provides information on the factors affecting student achievement and ways to implement successful teaching strategies.

  • ☆ What Works in Schools: Translating Research Into Action é Robert J. Marzano
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What Works in Schools: Translating Research Into Action

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  1. I read this book as a part of my Master s courses for Educational Leadership and Administration.This book is a pretty comprehensive collection of actions and steps for schools to take to improve student achievement I really liked how it was organized into school, teacher, and student level factors Marzano does a great job of synthesizing the research from several different sources I appreciated that he wasn t too wordy with his chapters I do wonder if anything was left out though.One interesting [...]


  2. I like Marzano s ideas I think his action steps are actually actionable It s always nice when a book is useful I find the way he compiles various research to be very interesting, and it makes me wish I remembered about statistics it s just been too long I am not teaching yet, so I might feel differently about this book if I were a current teacher.


  3. Great ideas some large, some small, but a good way to look at things It provided some good perspective while giving ideas that could be translated into a specific school.


  4. Whenever you can apply research based strategies, the better off you are Again, Marzano knows what he is talking about.


  5. A good tool for demonstrating best practices that translate into authentic learning and student academic gains.



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