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Ria Schmidt, PhD, brings more than 15 years of expertise as a teacher, principal, and central office administrator to everything she does. Her experience has ranged from Pre-K through post-secondary education. Dr. Schmidt's passion for building capacity, professional development, standards-based education, assessment, differentiation, and working with teachers and administrators inspires everything she does. She has worked extensively in parochial and private schools. She earned her doctorate in Educational Administration from University of Wisconsin-Madison. Robert J. Marzano, PhD, is a nationally recognized education researcher, speaker, trainer, and author of more than 30 books and 150 articles on topics such as instruction, assessment, writing and implementing standards, cognition, effective leadership, and school intervention. His practical translations of the most current research and theory into classroom strategies are widely practiced internationally by both teachers and administrators.
"Having studied Marzano's strategies at my school. I found Recording & Representing Knowledge a more detailed explanation of how to incorporate note taking, summarizing, and synthesizing techniques in my classroom. It is clear, consistent, and . . . flows in a logical, easy-to-follow format." -- Karyn Collie Dickerson "2014 North Carolina Teacher of Year" "I love the graphic organizers and dramatic enactment ideas. I especially liked the Common Mistakes sectionthey point out things we teachers may not have realized could go wrong or how certain things we usually do are not getting the results we had hoped." -- Kathy Assini "2014 New Jersey Teacher of the Year" "Recording & Representing Knowledge is about implementing a number of techniques that, when combined, have the potential to greatly increase student achievement. It's written in a way that is not overwhelming and makes the techniques seem 'doable.'" -- Jeri Jo Powers "2008 Kansas Teacher of the Year"