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Learning First

“My focus has always started at the individual student level in the classroom and moved out from there. That may be a big difference between me and other reformers. District and school administrators must ensure that specific interventions are enacted in every classroom in every school.”

—Robert J. Marzano

Follow a planned course of excellence. To help simplify your PD planning, Marzano Resources has designed professional learning experiences closely aligned to the research and recommendations found in our books. With high-quality, targeted content and the flexibility to adapt to your schedule and needs, our services make it easier to plot an intentional path to success.

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  1. Motivating and Inspiring Students

    Activate students’ metacognitive and self-systems. With research-based strategies, you’ll learn how to help students meet their own needs and achieve their goals and desires.

  2. Managing the Inner World of Teaching

    Expand your ability to maintain a positive mindset in the classroom by cultivating a deeper awareness of your emotions, interpretations, and responses as a teacher. In this workshop, Robert J. Marzano and Jana S. Marzano combine their backgrounds in educational research and psychotherapy to present a comprehensive model of how the human mind operates.

  3. Making Classroom Assessments Valid and Reliable

    This workshop will equip your teachers and educational leaders for this critical task with step-by-step guidelines to increase their effectiveness.

  4. Leading Standards-Based Learning

    Standards-based learning is a great step forward for schools, but it must be implemented correctly to ensure the best educational experience possible.

  5. Leading a High Reliability School

    Presenters: Philip B. Warrick

    Creating the conditions in which others can be successful is one of the highest duties of leadership. The high reliability leader keeps a clear focus on the conditions that are critical to establishing a safe and collaborative school culture, cultivating effective teaching in every classroom, and developing a guaranteed and viable curriculum schoolwide.

  6. Improving Teacher Development and Evaluation

    Presenters: Philip B. Warrick

    Designed for teachers, coaches, and educational leaders, this workshop offers a paradigm-shifting approach to teacher development and evaluation.

  7. Getting Started in a Personalized Competency-Based System

    What is personalized learning and competency-based education and how can I get started in my classroom or school? Learn about the key differences between time-based and performance-based systems of learning, and explore the benefits of a student-centered approach to teaching and learning that allows students to move through levels of content at their appropriate pace.

  8. Formative Assessment and Standards-Based Grading

    Take measure of your assessment practices. Are they helping students understand and attain learning goals? Are they helping you refine your instruction, give feedback, and report on student progress? Learn research-based practices for using quality formative assessments aligned with solid grading practices, and enjoy the confidence that comes from knowing your instructional decisions are based on sound assessment data.

  9. Enhancing the Art and Science of Teaching With Technology

    Enhance learning today, and prepare students for success tomorrow. The shifts articulated by the Common Core State Standards increase accountability for learning outcmoes in the classroom and in the technology rich world beyond. This interactive workshop shows how to integrate technology into the research-based strategies from The Art and Science of Teaching to enhance instruction while preparing students for college and career success in the 21st century.

  10. Developing and Using Proficiency Scales

    Presenters: Jan K. Hoegh

    This learning opportunity will overview what proficiency scales are and why they are important. Participants will engage in examining multiple approaches to developing high-quality proficiency scales, as well as primary uses of proficiency scales in the classroom.

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