Processing New Information

Processing New Information

Classroom Techniques to Help Students Engage With Content

Tzeporaw Sahadeo-Turner, Robert J. Marzano

Processing New Information: Classroom Techniques to Help Students Engage With Content explores explicit techniques for mastering a crucial strategy of instructional practice: processing new information.

$19.95

In stock

Paperback (120 pages)

Buy in Bulk and Save
10–49 copies 10% off
50–99 copies 20% off
100+ copies 30% off

Discounts are automatically calculated at checkout.

Quantity discounts are available on LSI titles only.

Description

Details

Can your students encode critical information into their long-term memories? Academic standards call for increased rigor, but simply raising complexity is not enough. Students must also know how to retrieve critical information and comprehend key features of the content. Teachers must strategically impart the skills students need to authentically engage with content so they can effectively process the learning and store it for future use. Processing New Information: Classroom Techniques to Help Students Engage With Content explores explicit techniques for mastering a crucial strategy of instructional practice: processing new information. It includes:
  • Explicit steps for implementation
  • Recommendations for monitoring if students are able to process new information
  • Adaptations for students who struggle, have special needs, or excel in learning
  • Examples and nonexamples from classroom practice
  • Common mistakes and ways to avoid them
The Essentials for Achieving Rigor series of instructional guides helps educators become highly skilled at implementing, monitoring, and adapting instruction. Put it to practical use immediately, adopting day-to-day examples as models for application in your own classroom.
Product Code: BPP140004
ISBN: 9781941112038 | 04/20/15
Publisher: LSI

Reviews

“Highly recommended for teams of teachers committed to refining and retooling their practices with techniques that are proven to work.”

—Anne E. Hasse, 2013 Wisconsin Elementary Teacher of the Year

“The examples used throughout Processing New Information provide a ‘real-world’ application of the text; the graphics help you conceptualize the information; and the questioning prompts assist with implementing the strategy. I could see myself using this as a resource for coaching teachers and using it in my classroom as a professional workbook.”

—Daniele Massey, 2013 DoDEA Teacher of the Year

“The research-based, practical strategies shared in Processing New Information will help teachers equip students with the skills needed to be motivated, metacognitive learners.”

—Stephanie Seay, 2006 South Carolina Teacher of the Year

Free Resources