Research Based Strategies For Increasing Student Achievement

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Dean, C., Hubbell, E.R., Pitler, H., & Stone, B. (2012). Classroom instruction that works: Research-based strategies for increasing student achievement. (2nd ed.). Denver, CO, 188 pp. Author Ceri B. Dean is vice president of field services at Midcontinent Research for Education and Learning (McREL). She holds multiple degrees in education, including a Ph.D. in Cirriculum and Instruction and an M.S. in Atmospheric Science. Elizabeth Ross Hubbell is a principal consultant at McREl. Hubbell is active in conducting workshops and trainings for K-12 teachers on research-based instructional strategies as well as the use of Power Walkthrough software. She was a finalist in Technology & Learning’s Ed Tech Leader in 2003. Like Hubbell, Howard Pitler too conducts workshops and trainings on research-based instructional strategies and technology integration and is well-versed in Power Walkthrough classroom observation software. Pitler holds multiple awards, including: Apple Distinguished Educator, a Smithsonian Laureate, and in 1997 was named National Distinguished Principal. He is senior director at McREL. Lastly, Bj Sone, is a principal consultant at McREL. Stone has been published in Journal of Teacher Education, and has held various positions in education, such as middle and high school science teacher, university professor, and assistant superintendent. Classroom Instruction that Works: Research-Based Strategies for increasing Student Achievement
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