How to Use Marzano’s Taxonomy to Write Your Own Scales

How to Use Marzano’s Taxonomy to Write Your Own Scales

With the explosion of Marzano framework for teacher evaluations, and Marzano Scales refocusing classroom instruction, I get a lot of questions from teachers trying to figure out how to write their own scales to meet district or state requirements. A few months ago I...
Engage Students with Kid-Friendly Goals

Engage Students with Kid-Friendly Goals

Have you ever felt like as a teacher, you’re doing most of the work to learn, organize, pace, and dispense the curriculum while your students sit back passively waiting for you to tell them what to do? What if your students understood that it was their job to...
How to Write Specific Marzano Scales

How to Write Specific Marzano Scales

So, how do you write a Marzano Scale that works? Continuing the theme of writing goals with your students for the new year, this third post is going to divulge my most helpful tips for how to write specific Marzano Scales. I’m going to share with you the...
Marzano Scales Create the Path to Achieve Goals

Marzano Scales Create the Path to Achieve Goals

If you already do some goal-setting with your students then you’re off to a great start for the New Year. In my last post I discussed an article about goal-setting it students and the importance of “past and future authoring”; which means your...

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