October 4, 2018

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LSI Marzano Center Webinar

3 ELA Actions to Raise Student Achievement

November 27 | 3:30 p.m. EST

In this webinar, Carla Moore, MSEd, shares some key guiding principles to ensure lesson plans and instructional practices lead ELA students to meet the full intent and rigor of the standards.

3 Math Actions to Raise Student Achievement

December 4 | 3:30 p.m. EST

In this webinar, Carla Moore, MSEd, shares some key guiding principles to ensure lesson plans and instructional practices lead math students to meet the full intent and rigor of the standards.

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Learning Targets & Scales: What Are They? What’s Missing? And Common Mistakes

This is a valuable presentation to review with your team! Carla Moore, MSEd, offers a fresh new perspective on learning targets and scales. After explaining how to unwrap standards correctly and identify and quickly fix any gaps, she answers some great questions from viewers.

Robert Marzano: Does your Evaluation Model Support SEL?

A well-aligned strategy that reaches the whole child prepares them to better function in society and thrive in the global workplace. In this webinar, Dr. Robert Marzano and Dr. Beverly Carbaugh explore how to ensure your evaluation model:

  • Builds equity, rigor, and SEL into your strategic plan
  • Incorporates goals and strategies in support of your mission
  • Ensures all elements promote conative and cognitive learning
  • Supports a rounded balance of equity, rigor, and SEL to advance teacher and student learning
  • Relentlessly focuses on student results with leading indicators
  • Provides feedback that is explicit, so everyone knows what’s intended
Creating Conditions for SEL and Rigor in Your Classroom

In today’s classrooms, SEL and rigorous instruction don’t just happen by accident. Teachers must be willing to pay close attention to their respective learning environments. And that includes having the foresight to plan for the conditions within that learning environment before ever moving on to content planning.

Join Dr. Robert Marzano and Amy Dujon as they present their strategies for creating optimal conditions where rigor meets SEL in the classroom.

iObservation: Take the Virtual Tour

In this recorded demo, get an inside look at how iObservation:

  • Supports the observation and evaluation process
  • Streamlines data collection, reporting and feedback
  • Supports teachers and leaders in critical areas of growth

After you do, you'll understand why teachers, coaches, building leaders, and district leaders across the country prefer iObservation for their classroom observations and teacher and leader evaluations.

The Marzano Focused Teacher Evaluation Model and iObservation Demonstration

This webinar serves as an introduction to the Marzano Focused Teacher Evaluation Model. This simplified evaluation framework focuses on what matters most: alignment with the standards. The model revitalizes teachers and observers with a transparent, evidence-based protocol to grow their practice and impact learning.

Exploring a New Focused School Leader Growth and Evaluation Model and iObservation Demonstration

Give school leaders the tools and insights to drive student achievement. Join author Dr. Beverly Carbaugh for an introduction to the updated Marzano Focused School Leader Evaluation Model. It’s the next step in comprehensive, objective, and evidence-based school leader evaluation.

The Marzano Focused Teacher Evaluation Model – ELA/Literacy & Math Evidences

Carla Moore discusses supplemental aspects to the Marzano Focused Teacher Evaluation Model.

Exploring a New Focused and Aligned Hierarchical System for Evaluation

Dr. Beverly Carbaugh and Dr. Robert J. Marzano will take you through a comprehensive overview of the new Marzano Focused Evaluation Models, which include a more simplified and aligned system for Teacher Evaluation, Non-Classroom Instructional Support Personnel Evaluation, School Leader Evaluation, and District Leader Evaluation. You’ll learn how these models improve observation and evaluation in their respective categories, and how they’ve been designed to seamlessly work together to give districts complete control and understanding of their overall evaluation process.