9 Events of Instruction: Event #1

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    • That’s awesome! It is so much fun to make them! What I usually do is think about how my classes are going and what needs improvement… Then I make an infographic for it with my solutions that have worked for me. Glad others have the same needs. I think it works across the learning paradigm- from corporate to k-12 to college to homeschooling.

  1. Please make more!!! These are awesome! Our school implemented Marzano this year and we have not been given a lot of direction. This is making it all start to make sence! We need more! Thank you so much for posting them!

    • Sure! Sadly that is what lots of schools do- leadership wants faculty to improve (faculty wants faculty to improve, too) and try new strategies, but there is so little time and direction to fully realize the goal. However, it is achievable! I know it is.

      I would love to go into the schools and walk faculty through implenting strategies we know work (well at least they work in our ideal make believe classroom we pin about on Pinterest).

      Thanks for the feedback!
      ~Mia

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