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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

A Great Resource for Reflection!

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The following tips are from 
Becoming a Reflective Teacher

By Robert J. Marzano
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bullet When learning a new strategy, a teacher moves through at least three stages: the cognitive phase, shaping phase, and the autonomous phase. Read more
bullet When setting growth goals, the teacher should select two or three elements for each year. Read more
bullet Once a reflective teacher identifies growth goals, he or she engages in focused practice of specific strategies and behaviors related to his or her goals. Read more
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Four-part webinar series
April 2, 9, 19, and 26
Presented by Jan Hoegh and Phil Warrick
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Download free reproducibles from Becoming a Reflective Teacher. These documents include surveys, progress charts, handouts, and self-rating scales to help you reflect and progress.
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Robert J. Marzano and Debra Pickering show participants how to raise students' energy levels, demonstrate a positive demeanor, express enthusiasm, and use humor to create a classroom culture in which all students are accepted and challenged.
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Marzano's Building Engaged Schools Institute
Houston, TX
April 12–13, 2012
Gain an in-depth understanding of how to generate high levels of attention and engagement as a result of careful planning and execution of specific strategies.
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