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May. 8, 2012

Education Reform & Student Achievement: Learning Sciences Marzano Center Announces National Marzano

Palm Beach Gardens, FL

Marzano Teacher and Leadership Evaluation summer conference focuses on best practices in K-12 education reform, next-generation technology, educator professional development, and current research on evaluating teachers and principals to align with national and state educational policies for improved student achievement.

Learning Sciences Marzano Center is delighted to announce the first annual Marzano National Teacher & Leadership Conference, which will take place in Orlando, Florida, June 20-22, 2012. The conference theme in this debut year is “Building Expertise,” reflecting the trend toward developing teacher evaluation models which not only measure teacher capacity, but seek to develop and improve teachers’ classroom practice to increase student achievement year by year.

Dr. Marzano will be on hand to discuss next-generation evaluation models, the most up-to-date research on evaluation and value-added measures of student achievement, and what has been learned as states implement federal and local directives to reform K-12 teaching and learning. Of particular interest is Dr. Marzano’s new School Leadership Evaluation Model, which is designed to align with the Marzano Teacher Evaluation Model, drawing on a common language of instruction and emphasizing an unwavering focus on student achievement.

The conference will take place at the Wyndham Orlando Resort. Nearly 700 attendees from 17 states and 25 Florida districts have registered for the main conference, which is now sold out. Seats remain for the Friday-only session, which will include Dr. Marzano’s keynote address, panels on best practices for implementation, breakout sessions on the individual domains of the Marzano Teacher Evaluation Model, and a culminating event: Rating with Dr. Marzano and Expert Raters. Seats are also available for the Wednesday pre-conference, which provides a full-day overview of the Marzano Teacher Evaluation Model or a full day of instructional coaching using the model.

Education reporters and bloggers are welcome. Please call 717.845.6300 x195 for a press pass and further details.

About the Learning Sciences Marzano Center

Launched in March 2012, the Learning Sciences Marzano Center brings together the most up-to-date resources, tools, professional development, products, events, and services to support K-12 educators, schools, and districts. Under the directorship of renowned educational researcher and author Dr. Robert Marzano, the Marzano Center empowers educators to become highly effective, lifelong learners, and in doing so, to significantly impact student growth and achievement over time. Visit MarzanoCenter.com for further details.

 





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  • -Nov. 8, 2012: ROBERT J. MARZANO AND LEARNING SCIENCES MARZANO CENTER ANNOUNCE BUILDING EXPERTISE 2013
    -Nov. 2, 2012: Teacher Evaluation: What’s Fair? What’s Effective?
    -Jul. 10, 2012: Oklahoma State Board of Education Approves Marzano School Leadership Evaluation Model
    -May. 8, 2012: Education Reform & Student Achievement: Learning Sciences Marzano Center Announces National Marzano
    -Apr. 12, 2012: Learning Sciences Marzano Center Launches as School Leadership and Teacher Evaluation Resource for N
    -Jan. 31, 2012: Marzano Causal Teacher Evaluation Model Recommended by Oklahoma Department of Education
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    -Jan. 11, 2012: Dr. Marzano Discusses Research Base and Insights from New Studies
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    -Dec. 8, 2011: Informal Observations – It’s not a “Gotcha” Tactic
    -Nov. 10, 2011: Building Inter-rater Reliability and Accuracy into a System of Teacher Observation
    -Nov. 2, 2011: Teacher Evaluation with Dr. Robert Marzano and Boone County
    -Oct. 31, 2011: Dr. Marzano Webinar: Measuring and Improving Teacher Effectiveness Through Teacher Observation
    • Dr. Marzano joins us as a co-presenter to provide an overview of the Marzano Causal Teacher Evaluation Model

    -Oct. 21, 2011: Celebrating Teaching through a Comprehensive Evaluation Model
    -Oct. 10, 2011: Dr. Marzano’s Evaluation Model alignment to Arizona’s Framework for Measuring Educator Effectiveness
    -Aug. 17, 2011: LSI Welcomes Washington Districts Seeking to Pilot the Marzano Causal Teacher Evaluation Model
    -Aug. 15, 2011: Technology Platform Supports Two NYSED-Approved Rubrics
    -Jul. 21, 2011: NYSED Approves Dr. Robert Marzano’s Teacher Evaluation Model
    -Jun. 20, 2011: New Jersey Department of Education Approves Dr. Robert Marzano
    -Feb. 16, 2011: LSI Selected by the Florida DOE to Implement a Statewide Teacher Evaluation System