Presentation on theme: "Presented by: Dr. Robert Marzano, CEO, Marzano Research Laboratory Michael Toth, CEO, Learning Sciences International, provider of iObservation Education."— Presentation transcript:
Presented by: Dr. Robert Marzano, CEO, Marzano Research Laboratory Michael Toth, CEO, Learning Sciences International, provider of iObservation Education Service Agency Program: Supervising and Supporting Effective Teaching in Every Classroom
Program Overview Dr. Robert Marzanos Art and Science of Teaching Observation and Feedback Protocol powered by iObservation Dr. Marzanos Leaders of Learning Program Aligned teacher professional development Additional services for participating ESAs
Marzano Art & Science of Teaching Observation and Feedback Protocol Identifies 41 research-based strategies for effective teaching Establishes common language/model of instruction Provides data to support and monitor implementation of strategies in the classroom Connects teacher growth to student achievement Flexible to allow districts to adapt and adopt the model to reflect local needs and priorities yet retain the Common Language
Why is a Common Language/Model of Instruction Critical? Region-wide definition of Effective Teaching so every leader and every teacher knows what effective teaching looks and sounds like Inter-rater reliability for supervisors, teacher leaders, coaches, and teachers Ability to provide professional development aligned to the Common Language/Model of Instruction and measure progress in improving teacher practice Consistency for data collection to measure progress across classrooms, schools and districts
A System of Feedback Teachers analyze their own teaching through videotapes Self Observation Teachers reflect upon their practiceSelf Reflection Teacher and administrator teams engage collectively in examining a model or language of instruction Instructional Rounds Observation of an entire lessonObservations Identify trends and patterns across classrooms, grade levels, schools and district Walkthroughs Common and Comprehensive Model of Instruction
Does use of research-based strategies always improve student learning?
When used inappropriately, they can actually depress student learning.
ES=0 Typical bell curve of student results from teachers using a research-based strategy Decreased Student Achievement Increased Student Achievement
Dr. Robert Marzanos Art and Science of Teaching Observation and Feedback Protocol on iObservation is the only system that identifies research-based strategies: In the part (segment) or type of lesson that is appropriate for the strategy At the appropriate level of implementation
Districts Schools Educational Service Agency Data Hub Instructional Improvement System Observers } } Teachers Plus additional data fields
Demonstration Dr. Marzanos Art and Science of Teaching Observation and Feedback Protocol in iObservation www.iObservation.com www.iObservation.com
ESA Program Support member districts in building common language/model of instruction Become a Data Hub in order to better support your districts Bring an instructional improvement system to members that aligns with Race to the Top initiative Receive support and consultation services from LSI No cost to ESA for services provided Generate additional revenues and additional programs
Districts Participate in: Dr. Marzanos Art and Science of Teaching Observation and Feedback Protocol powered by iObservation Dr. Marzanos Leaders of Learning Program for instructional leaders and teacher leaders Aligned teacher professional development
Dr. Marzanos Leaders of Learning Program Six sessions spanning one or more years Marzano Art & Science of Teaching Observation and Feedback Protocol Inter-rater reliability for observers Constructing effective feedback Analyzing data on teachers practice for trends and patterns Using data to inform collegial conversations and inform PLCs Connecting teacher practice to student achievement
Leaders of Learning Program: LSI Support Services & Data Inquiry Cycle Check-in between every session Understanding iObservation data to identify trends and patterns Recommendations for follow-up and support Review of progress to goal against plan Using individual district data to prepare for the next session
Leaders of Learning Options: Districts that have 25 or more instructional leaders may have LSI-provided district-based sessions Smaller districts or districts phasing in the system may send instructional leaders to ESA for cross-district cohorts. LSI will provide the same levels of services to each district. Sustainability as districts experience turnover they may send new principals to ESA to participate in cross-district cohorts. Instructional leaders wanting to participate in the Program but not yet implementing may participate through the ESA
Leaders of Learning Tuition Including Services: For instructional leaders implementing iObservation with Dr. Marzanos Protocol for six sessions, materials, and support services: $2,800 For instructional leaders not yet implementing including six sessions, materials, temporary iObservation license and support services: $3,000 Revenue share to ESA for each cross-district cohort: o $4800 for 6 sessions with cohort of 20 participants (minimum) o $6000 for 6 sessions with cohort of 30 participants o $7800 for 6 sessions with cohort of 35 participants (maximum)
Teacher Professional Development: Deep content designed by Dr. Robert Marzano with a graduate credit option Districts may have LSI-provided district-based sessions or send teachers to cross-district sessions at the ESA Smaller districts or districts phasing in the system may send teachers to the ESA for cross-district cohorts. Sustainability as districts experience turnover they may send new teachers to ESA to participate in cross-district cohorts. Teachers wanting to participate in the sessions but not yet implementing may participate through the ESA
Teacher Professional Development: Offered by LSI faculty or by certified staff developers $4,500 per session plus materials Graduate credit is optional ESA may offer sessions at a per seat fee and use the difference to support its programs and services
ESA as Data Hub (no charge) iObservation licenses for ESA to access data Receive consultation prior to every session to understand iObservation data of member districts Identify trends and patterns across districts Discover improvement needs of member districts Tailor services and supports to member districts
Next Steps Schedule webinar or in-person presentation for district superintendents to gauge interest Schedule planning session with key leaders from interested districts Execute LSI-ESA agreement
ESA Program Contact Information: Beth Carr Director of Program Partnerships (717)818-3973 www.iObservation.com
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