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Dr. Robert Marzano Causal Teacher Evaluation Model. Michael Toth , CEO, Learning Sciences International Marzano Center for Teacher and Leadership Evaluation. PBCS Domain 1 Assessment. Percentage Correct by Lesson Segment. D1 Assessment Results. Overall 73% Correct Strongest DQs: 1 and 9

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Dr robert marzano causal teacher evaluation model
Dr. Robert MarzanoCausal Teacher Evaluation Model

Michael Toth, CEO, Learning Sciences International Marzano Center for Teacher and Leadership Evaluation




D1 assessment results
D1 Assessment Results

  • Overall 73% Correct

  • Strongest DQs: 1 and 9

  • Weakest DQs: 8 and 3


Most frequently missed question 21 correct
Most Frequently Missed Question (21% Correct)

The purpose of developing procedural knowledge through practice is which of the following?

  • Deepening Understanding

  • Learning from Experts

  • Fluency and Automaticity

  • Modeling and Rehearsal


Most frequently missed question 21 correct1
Most Frequently Missed Question (21% Correct)

The purpose of developing procedural knowledge through practice is which of the following?

  • Deepening Understanding

  • Learning from Experts

  • Fluency and Automaticity

  • Modeling and Rehearsal


2 nd most frequently missed question 32 correct
2nd-Most Frequently Missed Question (32% Correct)

Which is most likely to be an effective method of assuring that students adhere to classroom rules and procedures?

  • Positive Reinforcement

  • Punishment

  • A Combination of Punishment and Positive Reinforcement

  • No Reinforcement for Either Positive or Negative Behavior


2 nd most frequently missed question 32 correct1
2nd-Most Frequently Missed Question (32% Correct)

Which is most likely to be an effective method of assuring that students adhere to classroom rules and procedures?

  • Positive Reinforcement

  • Punishment

  • A Combination of Punishment and Positive Reinforcement

  • No Reinforcement for Either Positive or Negative Behavior


3 rd most frequently missed question 43 correct
3rd-Most Frequently Missed Question(43% Correct)

Which of the following is an effective way for a teacher to build relationships with students in her class?

  • Reacting to Students in a Natural, Emotional Way

  • Using Sarcasm to Connect to Student Sense of Humor

  • Individualizing Rewards and Consequences for Students

  • Displaying Emotional Objectivity


3 rd most frequently missed question 43 correct1
3rd-Most Frequently Missed Question(43% Correct)

Which of the following is an effective way for a teacher to build relationships with students in her class?

  • Reacting to Students in a Natural, Emotional Way

  • Using Sarcasm to Connect to Student Sense of Humor

  • Individualizing Rewards and Consequences for Students

  • Displaying Emotional Objectivity





A well crafted lesson plan identifies
A well-crafted lesson plan identifies:

  • Unit goal and scale showing learning progression scaffolded across lessons and the daily lesson objective that fits into the learning progression

  • Content DQ focus of the lesson or lesson segment: 2, 3 or 4

  • Intentional use of strategies in activities and assignments to achieve the daily lesson objective



Creating scale tasks and assessments

Level Four: Knowledge Utilization

Decision Making, Problem Solving, Experimenting, Investigating

Creating Scale Tasks and Assessments

Level Four

Level Three: Analysis

Matching, Classifying, Analyzing Errors, Generalizing, Specifying

Level Three

Level Two: Comprehension

Integrating, Symbolizing

Level Two

Level One: Retrieval

Recognizing, Recalling, Executing

Level One



Observation practices
Observation Practices

  • Discuss with teachers (knowing your teachers)

    • Innovating/applying

      • Small group innovating

  • Share and discuss a draft of observation in iObservation prior to finalizing

    • Teachers may submit factual evidence in rebuttal, but should not be argumentative


For more information
For More Information:

www.MarzanoCenter.com

www.MarzanoEvaluation.com

www.iObservation.com

www.LearningSciences.com


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