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Teaching Science With Interactive Notebooks

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Teachers are Artists who know the Science of Teaching

Learn why designed the Art & Science of Teaching master’s program with Learning Sciences International, and how the program can help educators in all roles.

The measure of an educator’s professional success depends on how well students learn and apply knowledge. Dr. Robert Marzano’s research has revealed a set of key strategies teachers can utilize to hone their skills and help their students succeed. Synthesizing nearly 40 years of his own research, designed the Art and Science of Teaching online graduate program to equip educators with strategies and practices that translate into measurable changes in the classroom and result in increased student achievement. The only one of its kind, Dr. Marzano’s innovative program for K-12 teachers includes study guides, activities, and immediate, real-world classroom application.

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The Science of Teaching & Learning is now making major contributions to education. Brain Science and ICT are important components of SoTL.

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The Art and Science of Teaching Direct Practice in Social Work

This second pair of diagrams is useful in discussing the "science" versus the "art" of curriculum, instruction, and assessment. I often use these diagrams in teaching inservice and preservice teachers. There, the focus tends to be on instructional component of teaching. Teachers tend to think that good teaching (good instruction) is more of an art than a science. However, they are able to give examples of the science of teaching and how research progress can contribute to better teaching.

This second pair of diagrams is useful in discussing the "science" versus the "art" of curriculum, instruction, and assessment. I often use these diagrams in teaching inservice and preservice teachers. There, the focus tends to be on instructional component of teaching. Teachers tend to think that good teaching (good instruction) is more of an art than a science. However, they are able to give examples of the science of teaching and how research progress can contribute to better teaching.