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Arta şi ştiinţa predării. Un cadru cuprinzător pentru o instruire eficientă #2020

Arta i tiin a pred rii Un cadru cuprinz tor pentru o instruire eficient Strategiile moderne de predare sunt cl dite pe baze tiin ifice ns a ti c nd i pentru cine s le aplici aceasta reprezint mai cur nd o art care se deprinde n urma examin rii atente a fiec rei component

  • Title: Arta şi ştiinţa predării. Un cadru cuprinzător pentru o instruire eficientă
  • Author: Robert J. Marzano Nadina Vişan
  • ISBN: 9786067193183
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback
  • Arta şi ştiinţa predării. Un cadru cuprinzător pentru o instruire eficientă By Robert J. Marzano Nadina Vişan, Strategiile moderne de predare sunt cl dite pe baze tiin ifice ns a ti c nd i pentru cine s le aplici, aceasta reprezint mai cur nd o art care se deprinde n urma examin rii atente a fiec rei componente a procesului de instruire Folosind o serie de diagrame i scheme de organizare i apel nd la cercet ri de ultim or , Marzano stabile te 10 jaloane ale unei nv Strategiile moderne de predare sunt cl dite pe baze tiin ifice ns a ti c nd i pentru cine s le aplici, aceasta reprezint mai cur nd o art care se deprinde n urma examin rii atente a fiec rei componente a procesului de instruire Folosind o serie de diagrame i scheme de organizare i apel nd la cercet ri de ultim or , Marzano stabile te 10 jaloane ale unei nv ri eficiente, pornind de la obiectivele educa ionale i structurarea cuno tin elor i termin nd cu tehnici specifice unui bun management al clasei.

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    1. While this book is heavy on impressive statistics that are supposed to wow the reader, the ideas and framework questions Marzano presents in this professional development book are not very new ideas I would recommend this to new teachers and veteran teachers who are burned out and need a fresh perspective to help their students learn effectively.

    2. The way statistics are used in this book, and the way the author has chosen to lump together studies with disparate methodologies, will be disconcerting for many readers with backgrounds in research My first bias is to forgive that, both because the author fully discloses the limitations inherent in meta analysis and because the validity of the statistical approach isn t really so important if there is a good suggestion shared that leads to learning In any case, I m less likely to be swayed by [...]

    3. If I were an administrator who never taught, this would be incredibly helpful if I were a first or second year teacher, it would be incredibly helpful However, really all I got out of it were a couple of reminders Not altogether bad I m just not in a place in my career where this was useful Definitely useful for the aforementioned professionals.

    4. Not impressed Most of the points made are common sense dressed up in the jargon of the day I am skeptical of a book that relies on research linking various differences in teaching to student achievement without digging deeper into how we measure student achievement All these correlations depend on the reliability of our measurements of student achievement, and I don t think we are good enough at testing what really matters to unquestioningly assume these measures are valid Overall, disappointed, [...]

    5. I ve read two other books written by Marzano, and this book blends the research of many studies with practical application very well I ve been teaching for than 20 years, and I found this book challenging me to switch up a few things I highly recommend it to any teacher In fact, I m thinking of having the Algebra 1 teacher cohort in my department read it together and discuss at monthly meetings.

    6. The information s good.but what gets me is that it is other places and has been all along I prefer Harry Wong s The First Days of School.which gets it right AND trusts that the teacher knows best Sighose were the good days Marzano s sudden popularity seems like one stripe in the road to a national curriculum and merit pay.

    7. The Art and Science of Teaching is not a page turner the subtitle, A Comprehensive Framework for Effective Instruction should have given that away The book is intended to be a meta analysis of factors that make up good teaching It is factual, comprehensive, and filled with citations of educational research However the style of writing is dry Also, in many cases the book says things that are obvious to the point that they don t need to be said For instance few teachers need to be told that rules [...]

    8. This is a fantastic synthesis of the best of Marzano s other research works I plan on keeping this handy as a reference for best practice in curriculum design Highest recommendation.

    9. Overall, I think this book is helpful, but I did have a couple problems with Marzano s The Art and Science of Teaching First, as I read through the various strategies, and especially the forced sample student teacher conversations that went along with them, I got the impression that the book was directed towards teachers within prestigious school districts Some of the strategies are universal, but I question the effectiveness of other strategies in a district with real problems Second, I found [...]

    10. Marzano does a good job here, as he has before, of synthesizing the research and making it understandable and applicable I read this with an inward eye, assessing my own classroom behaviors and procedures I would like to spend time talking to colleagues about these questions and how they play out in our practice.I was interested to see him spend time and space discussing the importance of establishing and maintaining relationships Not necessarily close friendly relationships, but positive, profe [...]

    11. This is a good book about teaching But, you know what There are millions of good books about teaching I read this book because in our school district we teachers are being evaluated on the basis of how well we follow this particular recipe for teaching I find it frustrating, because I know in a few years we will be required to change the way we teach again to fit whatever new fashion our legislators and administrators become enthralled with I wish teachers were allowed to self correct based on w [...]

    12. The county I teach in evaluates instructional coaches and teachers with standards based on Marzano s books I must admit, when I first read his book, I found myself having to refocus and reread constantly it just did not hold my interest After rereading and discussing with my PLC, I began to take of an interest, especially the chapters on creating effective rubrics and rethinking how homework is assigned and graded Overall, I would recommend this as a book study for any school looking for ways t [...]

    13. It has been some time now since I read this book as well as a second Marzano book and what I ve found is that much of what s stated and or demonstrated in these books is very much based upon the reader or evaluator s interpretation, not necessarily Marzano s intended outcome In addition, I am yet to find any worthiness in most of his evaluation premises, although, I do find his data compelling and logical It s unfortunate that in some schools, his general basic ideals are twisted and then used i [...]

    14. This books is a great read for teachers especially those who reside in an area in which teachers are to be evaluated using the Marzano Domains I found this book to be quite informative even though I do believe most teachers do implement some of these strategies into their own classroom The book is also beneficial to read especially if you are a beginning teacher like I am Knowing the lingo will really put a feather in your cap when speaking to other teachers and of course administration.

    15. Excellent chapter in here about homework Every teacher should read and reassess homework.This is the text Palm Beach County gave the principals and sent them to a workshop Teachers evaluations will be based on his research I read it, not chapter by chapter, it is kinda dry I was able to compare what I was doing that was effective Definitely the chapter on homework is worth reading and sharing with school I photocopied it.

    16. This book is full of research results that support many things I do in the classroom I also now have a new bucket of tools to incorporate into my lessons Sometimes I do things and didn t really now why or have a purpose, this text helped me by giving great daily reflection questions to make each part of my lessons meaningful purposeful I like the idea of giving parents guidelines for homework I want to try interactive homework this year

    17. This book would probably be good for a seasoned teacher than I am I read this as a first year teacher but I was still trying to get my classroom management under control before I was ready to delve into the logistics of comprehensive effective instruction I think that once you are comfortable in the classroom you can perfect your art of teaching but with the first year you are trying to float instead of sink.

    18. The ideas in this book are the ones I have heard for years, since I have been teaching for 20 years Unfortunately, I now teach virtually and half this book or deals with the classroom.Hopefully when we have a speaker next week for our back to school meetings they will focus on virtual education.

    19. Good research especially on the usefulness of homework and its impact on younger vs older kids and the use of cooperative groups Some great ideas too for teachers to use student self monitoring to measure progress I took off one star because the math involved with the graphs was not very user friendly or understandable I know I m an English teacher but gee whiz

    20. I m trying to grow up and read professional books Marzano is a name that gets thrown around quite a bit at my school, and I saw this book at Borders, so I thought, why not What else am I doing It was a good read a reminder of a lot of the basic tenants we are taught in undergrad There were a few gems that I pulled out and hope to be cognizant of when the students come back

    21. I find the title of this book misleading as the art of teaching is not chapters upon chapters of nonsense statistical data You can have all of the data in the world about your students and still not be an effective teacher I guess I am old school in a way of thinking do what s right for kids I don t need a book to tell me that.

    22. Well, this book is definitely for a new teacher or a teacher who has not read any research in the last 20 years and needs to recharge and get into the 21st century mode of teaching The book is good, it is not for experienced teachers who read current educational books and journals I see this as a college text, possibly.

    23. I read this in chunks as needed and view it as a resource tool I strongly recommend, too, taking the class with Robert Marzano He really helped clarify everything and gave suggestions on how one might adapt it to a specific school I walked away feeling empowered to design an instructional model for our school Highly recommend this resource.

    24. We are currently reading this book as a teaching team at work So far, the strategies are solid, but bring a big glass of water or iced tea, because this book is very DRY Bone dry Lost in the Gobi desert dry.I like the data that was compiled to prove that the strategies work in the classrooms, but holy cowdry.

    25. I thought Marzano had a lot of practical ideas for both classroom management and instruction Sometimes this book was dry and heavily statistic driven but supported the information they were presenting This book is great for educators.

    26. This book covered a little bit of everything As someone who isn t familiar with being an educator, I found it useful as an overview It doesn t go super in depth with anything, but it does cover a little bit of everything 3.3

    27. I liked the emphasis on what research tells us about what works and the practical suggestions for structuring lessons and engaging students I thought the author had realistic ideas for planning instruction that works for all students.

    28. This book explains the Marzano Instructional Framework Research is boiled down to an easy to read format that can help anyone understand how to apply it to practice The book would be a good book study to start discussion on what good teaching may look like.

    29. Marzano explains his research in ways that make it apparent how to implement in your classroom and also how to explore deeply into the topic A must read for any teacher who wants to use evidence to support their decision making.

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