Category: Dr. Robert Marzano

Are Today’s School Leaders Getting the Support They Need?

by Beverly Carbaugh and Robert Marzano, coauthors of School Leadership for Results: A Focused Model There is tremendous turnover and attrition of principals and assistant principals in K–12 schools. 25,000 principals leave the profession each year, fully a quarter of the country’s school leaders. Half of principals quit their jobs by

An Invitation From Dr. Robert J. Marzano

I’m excited to be a part of this year’s event, which includes some truly inspirational and expert education thought leaders including Freedom Writer Manny Scott, LSI’s Michael D. Toth, and my esteemed colleague at the Learning Sciences Marzano Center, Dr. Beverly G. Carbaugh. I’m also looking forward to this year’s

Exploring a New Focused and Aligned Hierarchical System for Evaluation With Updated Marzano Models

On January 31, 2018, the architects of the Marzano Focused Evaluation Models, Dr. Beverly Carbaugh and Dr. Robert J. Marzano, took webinar viewers through a comprehensive overview of the Marzano Focused Evaluation Model hierarchy, which includes a more focused, simplified, and aligned system for observation and evaluation in the following

One Decision Can Change a District: An Indiana Principal’s Journey

By Dr. Jane Bartley As we plan our professional and personal enrichment for each new school year, we naturally think about the types of collaboration and partnerships that will help us grow. For me, that partnership has been with Learning Sciences International, and it all started with one decision: to

This Year’s Big and Exciting Summer Education Conferences

By Scott Sterling Naturally, summer is the most popular time for educators to grow and hone their craft through learning, collaboration, and connecting with other educators. A lot of this occurs at conferences. There are quite a few out there this year, but here is a selection. Some are huge

Yes, a room full of 1,600 educators is quite orderly

Rigor and Assessment: Central Themes of Building Expertise 2015

By Scott Sterling Now that we’ve all recovered from last week’s Building Expertise 2015: Journey to Rigor, it’s time to reflect on what we learned and how much fun we had. There were some major themes of the conference that are worth discussing. It was huge! The conference sold out

Dr. Marzano with Area Superintendent Ian Salzman and Calusa Elementary Principal Jamie Wyatt.

Top 10 Quotes (and Photos) from Dr. Robert J. Marzano’s Visit to Palm Beach County Schools for Rigor

Dr. Marzano with Area Superintendent Ian Salzman and Calusa Elementary Principal Jamie Wyatt. During the week of May 20th, Robert J. Marzano visited five Schools for Rigor in Palm Beach County, Florida, where he toured classrooms to see teachers implementing strategies in the Essentials for Achieving Rigor instructional model. The

Immediate feedback needs to be provided or bad habits will take hold

How to Guide Students Through Their Practice

By Scott Sterling By now, we’re all familiar with the gradual release model, sometimes shortened to I do; We do; You do. It just makes sense for teachers to help students acquire new skills using some form of this method. That being said, it can be argued that the I

Building Expertise 2014

Highlights of Building Expertise 2014

By Scott Sterling It’s hard to believe we’re coming up on another edition of Building Expertise. The signature Marzano conference gets bigger every year, attracting more and more of the brightest minds in education and the most dedicated teachers. This year’s conference, Journey to Rigor, will be held at Disney’s