Marzano

Integrating the McREL and Marzano research on classroom instruction that works with videoconferencing, particularly collaborative projects.

  1. Setting Objectives
  2. Providing Feedback
  3. Providing Recognition
  4. Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers
  5. Nonlinguistic Representation
  6. Summarizing and Notetaking
  7. Cooperative Learning
  8. Reinforcing Effort
  9. Identifying Similarities and Differences
  10. Homework and Practice
  11. Generating and Testing Hypotheses
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