December 21, 2017

Leadership Model Domains

Marzano School Leader Evaluation Model Domains

The Marzano School Leader Evaluation Model contains 24 categories of principal actions and behaviors organized into five domains:

 

Domain 1: A Data-Driven Focus on Student Achievement
Actions and behaviors within this domain help ensure that the school as a unified whole, as well as individual teachers, has a clear focus on student achievement that is guided by relevant and timely data. Five specific categories of school administrator actions and behaviors constitute this domain.

 

Domain 2: Continuous Improvement of Instruction
The actions and behaviors in this domain help ensure that the school as a whole, as well as individual teachers, perceives teacher pedagogical skill as one of the most powerful instruments in enhancing student learning and are committed to enhancing those pedagogical skills on a continuous basis. Five specific categories of school administrator actions and behaviors constitute this domain.

 

Domain 3: A Guaranteed and Viable Curriculum
The actions and behaviors in this domain help ensure that the school curriculum are designed to optimize learning for all students and that all teachers follow the curriculum. Three specific categories of school administrator actions and behaviors constitute this domain.

 

Domain 4: Cooperation and Collaboration
The actions and behaviors in this domain help ensure that teachers and staff have and engage in opportunities to address issues critical to the optimal functioning of the school and operate as a cohesive team. Five specific categories of school administrator actions and behaviors constitute this domain.

 

Domain 5: School Climate
The actions and behaviors in this domain help ensure that all constituents perceive the school as positive and well-functioning. Six specific categories of school administrator actions and behaviors constitute this domain.