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Course Description

Dimensions of Learning is a research-based instructional framework developed by Robert J. Marzano. The research he began in the 1990s represents solid pedagogy and is still relevant and applicable to 21st Century Learners. According to Marzano (1992), learning involves a complex system of interactive processes that includes five types of thinking. By the end of the course participants will be able to understand how attitudes and perceptions about learning affect students' dispositions regarding classroom climate and classroom tasks; propose solutions to increase the promotion of positive attitudes and perceptions in a classroom situation; understand the way knowledge can be organized to increase students' acquisition and integration of knowledge; develop strategies for helping students acquire and integrate declarative and procedural knowledge; identify strategies for explicitly teaching students complex reasoning skills and processes; and differentiate the eight thinking processes that help students extend and refine knowledge.
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