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    15 Dec 2017 High-impact instruction includes strategies that have been Once I reviewed and compared the works of Robert Marzano, John Hattie, and Jim
    These High Impact Teaching Strategies (HITS) have been brought together resources, including Hattie, Lemov, Marzano, and the. Teaching and Learning
    John Hattie & His Top 10 High Impact Teaching Strategies. Ten Effective Research-Based Instructional Strategies (Robert Marzano) — Excellent resource for27 Oct 2015 Hattie’s updated effect size list of 256 influences across all areas to a list of 195 effects in The Applicability of Visible Learning to Higher
    High-Yield Strategy Researchers. Robert Marzano. Classroom Instruction that Works; The Art and Science of Teaching. John Hattie. Visible Teaching and
    Evidence Based Teaching Strategy 1: Clear Lesson Goals effect of holding high expectations for every student (and holding high expectations In John Hattie’s view5, any teachers who seriously want to boost their Achievement, and Robert Marzano’s Classroom Instruction That Works: Research-based Strategies for.
    17 Jun 2015 According to Hattie, teacher clarity is one of the most potent influences on student achievement. Robert Marzano agrees, including lesson goals in his top 5 list of factors that affect how well students do at school. Must be challenging for the students relative to their current mastery of the topic.
    According to John Hattie, high-impact, evidence-based teaching strategies include: Teaching Problem Solving Skills. Reciprocal Teaching. Mastery Learning.
    This document serves as a resource tool containing the high yield instructional strategies that are research based and shown to have the greatest impact on


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