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# Marzano DQ3

Helping Students Practice and Deepen New Knowledge

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Tweet## Beryl Rogers

on 10 January 2013#### Transcript of Marzano DQ3

Marzano DQ3: Helping Students Practice and Deepen New Knowledge Revisit KWL

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Ten Most Important Words Chunk & Check Organize students into groups to facilitate learning

Procedural knowledge: skills, strategies, processes

Organize students to work independently first, then group students to give feedback, check accuracy or share each other’s learning approach.

Practice: Build fluency/automaticity

24x to get right 80% of the time

Declarative knowledge: informational

Group students to work together

Multiple exposures to deepen understanding

Organize Students to Deepen Knowledge or Practice Errors students make

Confusing the facts

Misapplying a concept

Faulty logic

Use of weak references

Arguing against….. Identifying Errors In Thinking Sentence Stems

Diagram – Venn, Double Bubble

Comparison Matrix

Classification Chart

Visual Representation of Metaphorical Relationships

Analogy Sentence Completion

Analogy Visual Prompt Similarities & Differences Five types of activities

Comparing

Classifying

Creating similes and metaphors

Creating analogies Examine Similarities & Differences Communicate clear purpose for homework

Introduce new content

Extend activity from class to provide more time

Design a well-crafted assignment for practice (fluency) and/or deepen understanding (information) Homework Engage students in brief review of content

Teacher reviews the content OR

Teacher engages students using strategies to review content

Summary- (10 Most Important Words)

Problem solve using previous info

Question to review content

Demonstrate

Brief practice test Reviewing Content The Marzano framework as a whole, what is the function of Design Question 3?

Why is this design question essential?

How do you in your current instructional practice help students practice and deepen their understanding of new knowledge? Consider What do you know about your specific students,

What can you do to help them learn? Think Pair Share KWL Track Faculty Progress At the end of the session evaluate me on how I help you understand and deepen your knowledge on element #17 Examining Similarities & Differences

Innovating

Applying

Developing

Beginning

Not Using Evaluate Me Scale Analogy:

Marzano is to teaching; as ------- is to ------

Word/concept classification sort:

Categorize the Marzano elements into design questions

Venn Diagram:

Compare DQ2, DQ3 Teacher engages students in revision of previous knowledge

Students make corrections to information previously stated or recorded

Engage entire class in examining how current lesson changed perceptions and understandings

Ask students to explain how their understanding has changed Revise Knowledge Reviewing Content

Organizing Students to Practice and Deepen Knowledge

Using Homework

Examining Similarities & Differences

Examining Errors in Reasoning

Practicing Skills, Strategies, and Processes

Revising Knowledge DQ3 Elements Long Range Goal:

In order to increase enrollment an ensure 60-70-70 is met…

faculty will understand the Marzano Teaching Framework of Classroom Strategies and Behaviors.

I will provide support to instructors so that they will receive highly effective status on evaluations.

Today’s Goal:

Faculty will understand and be able to implement DQ3: Helping Students Practice & Deepen New Knowledge Goals Consider the Marzano framework as a whole, what is the function of Design Question 3?

Why is this design question essential? Think-Pair-Share 14. Reviewing Content

15. Organizing Students to Practice and Deepen Knowledge

16. Using Homework

17. Examining Similarities & Differences

18. Examining Errors in Reasoning

19. Practicing Skills, Strategies, and Processes

20. Revising Knowledge DQ3: Helping Students Practice & Deepen New Knowledge Engage students in brief review of content

Teacher reviews the content OR

Teacher engages students using strategies to review content

Summary - (10 Most Important Words)

Problem solve using previous information

Question to review content

Demonstrate

Brief practice test #14 Reviewing Content Communicate clear purpose for homework

Introduce new content

Extend activity to provide more time

Design a well-crafted assignment for practice and/or deepen understanding #16 Homework Four types of activities

Comparing

Classifying

Creating similes and metaphors

Creating analogies #17 Examine Similarities & Differences Examples

Sentence Stems

Diagram – Venn, Double Bubble

Comparison Matrix

Classification Chart

Visual Representation of Metaphorical Relationships

Analogy Sentence Completion

Analogy Visual Prompt Similarities & Differences Help students identify errors in thinking. Analyzing errors is a powerful way to deepen students understanding.

Types of errors students make:

Misinformation

Confuse the facts

Misapply a concept

Faulty logic

Contradiction, accident, false cause

Use of weak references

Sources reflect bias

Sources lack credibility #18 Examining Errors In Reasoning Revisit KWL

What have you learned?

Ten Most Important Words (exit slip)

Write 10 words that summarize DQ3

Evaluate me Chunk & Check Teacher engages students in revision of previous knowledge

Students make corrections to information previously stated or recorded

Engage entire class in examining how current lesson changed perceptions and understandings

Ask students to explain how their understanding has changed #20 Revise Knowledge Organize students into groups to facilitate learning.

Procedural knowledge: skills, strategies, processes

Organize students to work independently first,

then group students to give feedback, check accuracy or share each other’s learning approach.

Practice: builds fluency/automaticity

24x to get right 80% of the time

Declarative knowledge: informational

Group students to work together

Multiple exposures to deepen understanding

#15 Organize Students to Deepen Knowledge or Practice 4 – Move over and let me create

3 – I understand and can fully implement

2 – I understand the basics, but need help implementing with my curriculum

1 – I need help

0 – What? On the Tracking Faculty Progress

Self-assessment,

rate yourself 0 – 4 on the 13 elements.

Then enter your scores on the Tracking Faculty Progress wall chart. KWL: Another strategy for Previewing New Knowledge.

Definition:

Know - Want to Know - Learn

Students brainstorm what the Know about a topic,

students generate questions about what they Want to Know,

and then record what they Learned.

KWL+ students write a summary statement of what they learned.

Directions:

What do you know about DQ3: Helping Students Practice and Deepen New Knowledge?

What do you do to help your students practice or deepen their knowledge?

What do you want to know about helping students practice and deepen knowledge? KWL Check for understanding

What is today's goal?

Rate your level of understanding using the scale 0 - 4.

If you're a 3, Show me! Visual Representation of Metaphorical Relationship Classification Chart Activities Sentence Stem Comparison Matrix Double Bubble Blank Classification Chart Pause & Reflect & Stretch Walk around the room to see the other activities you did not participate in.

How did working with analogies, concept classifications, or the venn diagram help your understanding of the Marzano element?

How can you incorporate similar activities in your curriculum? Chunk & Check Check for understanding

What's our goal?

Rate your level of understanding

If you're a 3, show me Venn Diagram #19 Practicing Skills, Strategies, and Processes Effective Practice

1. Initially provide structured practice sessions spaced close together

2. Provide practice sessions that are gradually less structured and more varied

3. When appropriate, provide practice sessions that help build fluency Revise Our Knowledge

Full transcriptRate Me

Ten Most Important Words Chunk & Check Organize students into groups to facilitate learning

Procedural knowledge: skills, strategies, processes

Organize students to work independently first, then group students to give feedback, check accuracy or share each other’s learning approach.

Practice: Build fluency/automaticity

24x to get right 80% of the time

Declarative knowledge: informational

Group students to work together

Multiple exposures to deepen understanding

Organize Students to Deepen Knowledge or Practice Errors students make

Confusing the facts

Misapplying a concept

Faulty logic

Use of weak references

Arguing against….. Identifying Errors In Thinking Sentence Stems

Diagram – Venn, Double Bubble

Comparison Matrix

Classification Chart

Visual Representation of Metaphorical Relationships

Analogy Sentence Completion

Analogy Visual Prompt Similarities & Differences Five types of activities

Comparing

Classifying

Creating similes and metaphors

Creating analogies Examine Similarities & Differences Communicate clear purpose for homework

Introduce new content

Extend activity from class to provide more time

Design a well-crafted assignment for practice (fluency) and/or deepen understanding (information) Homework Engage students in brief review of content

Teacher reviews the content OR

Teacher engages students using strategies to review content

Summary- (10 Most Important Words)

Problem solve using previous info

Question to review content

Demonstrate

Brief practice test Reviewing Content The Marzano framework as a whole, what is the function of Design Question 3?

Why is this design question essential?

How do you in your current instructional practice help students practice and deepen their understanding of new knowledge? Consider What do you know about your specific students,

What can you do to help them learn? Think Pair Share KWL Track Faculty Progress At the end of the session evaluate me on how I help you understand and deepen your knowledge on element #17 Examining Similarities & Differences

Innovating

Applying

Developing

Beginning

Not Using Evaluate Me Scale Analogy:

Marzano is to teaching; as ------- is to ------

Word/concept classification sort:

Categorize the Marzano elements into design questions

Venn Diagram:

Compare DQ2, DQ3 Teacher engages students in revision of previous knowledge

Students make corrections to information previously stated or recorded

Engage entire class in examining how current lesson changed perceptions and understandings

Ask students to explain how their understanding has changed Revise Knowledge Reviewing Content

Organizing Students to Practice and Deepen Knowledge

Using Homework

Examining Similarities & Differences

Examining Errors in Reasoning

Practicing Skills, Strategies, and Processes

Revising Knowledge DQ3 Elements Long Range Goal:

In order to increase enrollment an ensure 60-70-70 is met…

faculty will understand the Marzano Teaching Framework of Classroom Strategies and Behaviors.

I will provide support to instructors so that they will receive highly effective status on evaluations.

Today’s Goal:

Faculty will understand and be able to implement DQ3: Helping Students Practice & Deepen New Knowledge Goals Consider the Marzano framework as a whole, what is the function of Design Question 3?

Why is this design question essential? Think-Pair-Share 14. Reviewing Content

15. Organizing Students to Practice and Deepen Knowledge

16. Using Homework

17. Examining Similarities & Differences

18. Examining Errors in Reasoning

19. Practicing Skills, Strategies, and Processes

20. Revising Knowledge DQ3: Helping Students Practice & Deepen New Knowledge Engage students in brief review of content

Teacher reviews the content OR

Teacher engages students using strategies to review content

Summary - (10 Most Important Words)

Problem solve using previous information

Question to review content

Demonstrate

Brief practice test #14 Reviewing Content Communicate clear purpose for homework

Introduce new content

Extend activity to provide more time

Design a well-crafted assignment for practice and/or deepen understanding #16 Homework Four types of activities

Comparing

Classifying

Creating similes and metaphors

Creating analogies #17 Examine Similarities & Differences Examples

Sentence Stems

Diagram – Venn, Double Bubble

Comparison Matrix

Classification Chart

Visual Representation of Metaphorical Relationships

Analogy Sentence Completion

Analogy Visual Prompt Similarities & Differences Help students identify errors in thinking. Analyzing errors is a powerful way to deepen students understanding.

Types of errors students make:

Misinformation

Confuse the facts

Misapply a concept

Faulty logic

Contradiction, accident, false cause

Use of weak references

Sources reflect bias

Sources lack credibility #18 Examining Errors In Reasoning Revisit KWL

What have you learned?

Ten Most Important Words (exit slip)

Write 10 words that summarize DQ3

Evaluate me Chunk & Check Teacher engages students in revision of previous knowledge

Students make corrections to information previously stated or recorded

Engage entire class in examining how current lesson changed perceptions and understandings

Ask students to explain how their understanding has changed #20 Revise Knowledge Organize students into groups to facilitate learning.

Procedural knowledge: skills, strategies, processes

Organize students to work independently first,

then group students to give feedback, check accuracy or share each other’s learning approach.

Practice: builds fluency/automaticity

24x to get right 80% of the time

Declarative knowledge: informational

Group students to work together

Multiple exposures to deepen understanding

#15 Organize Students to Deepen Knowledge or Practice 4 – Move over and let me create

3 – I understand and can fully implement

2 – I understand the basics, but need help implementing with my curriculum

1 – I need help

0 – What? On the Tracking Faculty Progress

Self-assessment,

rate yourself 0 – 4 on the 13 elements.

Then enter your scores on the Tracking Faculty Progress wall chart. KWL: Another strategy for Previewing New Knowledge.

Definition:

Know - Want to Know - Learn

Students brainstorm what the Know about a topic,

students generate questions about what they Want to Know,

and then record what they Learned.

KWL+ students write a summary statement of what they learned.

Directions:

What do you know about DQ3: Helping Students Practice and Deepen New Knowledge?

What do you do to help your students practice or deepen their knowledge?

What do you want to know about helping students practice and deepen knowledge? KWL Check for understanding

What is today's goal?

Rate your level of understanding using the scale 0 - 4.

If you're a 3, Show me! Visual Representation of Metaphorical Relationship Classification Chart Activities Sentence Stem Comparison Matrix Double Bubble Blank Classification Chart Pause & Reflect & Stretch Walk around the room to see the other activities you did not participate in.

How did working with analogies, concept classifications, or the venn diagram help your understanding of the Marzano element?

How can you incorporate similar activities in your curriculum? Chunk & Check Check for understanding

What's our goal?

Rate your level of understanding

If you're a 3, show me Venn Diagram #19 Practicing Skills, Strategies, and Processes Effective Practice

1. Initially provide structured practice sessions spaced close together

2. Provide practice sessions that are gradually less structured and more varied

3. When appropriate, provide practice sessions that help build fluency Revise Our Knowledge