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School Leadership

High-quality, proactive school leadership has a measureable effect on student achievement. Specific leadership behaviors correlate with student growth. By improving these leadership skills, district and school leaders can positively impact what occurs in schools and classrooms.

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  1. An Educator's Guide to Schoolwide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports

    An Educator's Guide to Schoolwide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports

    Build a system of excellence that ensures students can understand complex texts, engage deeply with content-area concepts, and participate in academic discussions.

  2. Introduction to Becoming a High Reliability School Workshop

    Introduction to Becoming a High Reliability School Workshop

    Centennial, Colorado | October 24–25, 2017

    USD$509.00

    Seats available

  3. Identifying Levels of Mastery: Proficiency Scales Workshop

    Identifying Levels of Mastery: Proficiency Scales Workshop

    Centennial, Colorado | December 15, 2017

    USD$279.00

    Seats available

  4. Designing and Implementing a Personalized Competency-Based K–12 System Webinar

    Designing and Implementing a Personalized Competency-Based K–12 System Webinar

    December 8, 2016

    Featuring:
    Douglas Finn III

    Personalized competency-based education (PCBE) systems may look different everywhere, but districts, schools, and classrooms can follow a schema or blueprint to ask the right questions before diving in headfirst.

  5. Designing and Implementing a Personalized Competency-Based K–12 System Webinar

    Designing and Implementing a Personalized Competency-Based K–12 System Webinar

    February 16, 2017

    Featuring:
    Douglas Finn III

    Personalized competency-based education (PCBE) systems may look different everywhere, but districts, schools, and classrooms can follow a schema or blueprint to ask the right questions before diving in headfirst.

  6. The New Art & Science of Teaching

    The New Art & Science of Teaching

    The New Art and Science of Teaching is a well-researched instructional framework that comprehensively addresses the most alterable effect on student achievement—quality instruction.

  7. Transitioning to a Personalized Competency-Based System

    Transitioning to a Personalized Competency-Based System

    Thinking about transitioning to a personalized competency-based system and wondering where to begin? Our coaches can help you examine issues related to policy, curriculum, instruction, assessment, scheduling, and more that can impact your transition from a traditional, time-based system to a competency-based model that emphasizes student-centered, personalized learning.

  8. Getting Started in a Personalized Competency-Based System

    Getting Started in a Personalized Competency-Based System

    What is personalized learning and competency-based education and how can I get started in my classroom or school? Learn about the key differences between time-based and performance-based systems of learning, and explore the benefits of a student-centered approach to teaching and learning that allows students to move through levels of content at their appropriate pace.

  9. Coaching to Support Implementation in a Personalized Competency-Based System

    Coaching to Support Implementation in a Personalized Competency-Based System

    How do we build the capacity to maintain and grow our personalized competency-based system? Marzano Research offers on-site and web-based coaching services to support the implementation of personalized competency-based education at the district, school, and classroom levels. Coaching services are available for district and school leaders, instructional coaches, and teachers.

  10. The New Art and Science of Teaching Webinar

    The New Art and Science of Teaching Webinar

    March 21, 2017

    This webinar will provide an overview of the New Art and Science of Teaching framework and accompanying book and resources.

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