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Becoming a Reflective Teacher

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Becoming a Reflective Teacher is a practical guide for educators who wish to hone their teaching strategies. Just as successful athletes must identify personal strengths and weaknesses, set goals, and engage in focused practice to meet their goals, author and educator Robert Marzano asserts that teachers must also examine their practices, set growth goals, and use focused ...more
Paperback, 239 pages
Published February 27th 2012 by Marzano Research Laboratory (first published February 23rd 2012)
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Danielle
Mar 08, 2013 Danielle rated it liked it
Finally, a Marzano book that I can connect to my own classroom!
Corinne
Aug 24, 2012 Corinne rated it really liked it
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Marzano actually has some great ways to reflect on teaching and allows it to be catered to a teachers personality. A good resource!
Jessica
Jan 06, 2014 Jessica rated it really liked it
This book is a great resource for new and veteran teachers alike. The district I work for in WA has been using this book for professional development and I believe it has greatly improved my skills and understanding of what is means to be a reflective teacher.
The compendium alone is an amazing resource for identifying and improving areas to work on in the classroom. The text provides helpful "classroom" examples throughout to further understanding of the strategies listed.
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Spacek Kim
Jan 21, 2016 Spacek Kim rated it really liked it
This book is a quick read, providing many ideas and strategies for reflecting upon one's teaching practice. Numerous scales are giving to help practicing teachers and administrators think about how they reflect. The book is one of a series of books on classroom practice.
Erin
Oct 12, 2015 Erin rated it it was ok
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A lot of this seemed obvious and reductive. But some of it might be helpful.
Valerie
I didn't feel like there was much to get out of this book. I would recommend other Marzano books over this one.
Zac Sigler
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I'm sure this has GREAT information, but it's so dry I can't make it through chapter two.
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