Month: January 2016

Infusing Homework with Declarative Knowledge

By Scott Sterling Too often, homework takes the form of simply practicing knowledge and skills students learned in class. Although that can be an important facet of the learning process, depending on the lesson, it can be much more beneficial to infuse exercises that ask students to work with what

Helping Students Effectively Interact with New Knowledge: Narrative Stories

By Scott Sterling Key in the Marzano Framework’s efforts toward rigor is the concept that students not only need to be taught new knowledge, but how to interact with it. How can they use it? Why is this important? How do we expand on these new ideas? These are all

Helping Students Effectively Interact with New Knowledge: Dramatic Instruction

By Scott Sterling Key in the Marzano Framework’s efforts toward rigor is the concept that students not only need to be taught new knowledge, but how to interact with it. How can they use it? Why is this important? How do we expand on these new ideas? These are all

Helping Students Effectively Interact with New Knowledge: Visual Instruction

By Scott Sterling Key in the Marzano framework’s efforts toward rigor is the concept that students need not only to be taught new knowledge, but also how to interact with it. How can they use it? Why is this important? How do we expand on new ideas? These are all