Becoming a Reflective Teacher. Bloomington, IN: Marzano Research Laboratory.

Quotes

“Clearly, teaching is a skill, and like any skills, it must be practiced.” (Marzano, Boogren, Heflebower, Kanold-McIntyre, & Pickering, 2012, p. 1)

 

“Just as athletes wanting to improve their skills must identify personal strengths and weaknesses, set goals, and engage in focused practice to meet those goals, teachers must also examine their practices, set growth goals, and use focused practice and feedback to achieve those goals.” (Marzano, Boogren, Heflebower, Kanold-McIntyre, & Pickering, 2012, p. 1)

 

“It is a well-accepted fact among educators that what a teacher does in the classroom has a direct effect on student achievement (Nye, Konstantopoulos, & Hedges, 2004).” (Marzano, Boogren, Heflebower, Kanold-McIntyre, & Pickering, 2012, p. 3)

 

“The road to expertise starts and ends with small steps.” (Marzano, Boogren, Heflebower, Kanold-McIntyre, & Pickering, 2012, p. 13)

 

“Reflecting on one’s experiences is a foundational idea of many ancient Eastern and Western philosophies.” (Marzano, Boogren, Heflebower, Kanold-McIntyre, & Pickering, 2012, p. 47)

 

Misc…

Element 15: What do I typically do to organize students to practice and deepen knowledge?

Elemnet 50:  Identifying Areas of Pedagogical Strength and Weakness

 

References

Marzano, R. J., Boogren, T., Heflebower, T., Kanold-McIntyre, J., & Pickering, D. (2012). Becoming a Reflective Teacher. Bloomington, IN: Marzano Research Laboratory.