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Classroom Practice2020-10-12T19:00:59+00:00

Classroom Practice

Teaching is a rewarding and challenging profession. Marzano Research was founded with a focus on what happens in the classroom. We continue that work today with projects focused on classroom instruction and assessment, student engagement, and cultural relevance. Our team members have worked as teachers, principals, and district staff, and they are devoted to improving practice through practical, meaningful solutions. Whether we are helping you to implement culturally responsive teaching and learning, evaluate a home-grown formative assessment system, or use a specific instructional strategy, we ensure that teachers are central to any equation leading to student success.

What’s New in Classroom Practice

Making Use of Assessments this Fall

September 25th, 2020|

As students, teachers, principals, and administrators transition from back-to-school season into the nitty gritty of the 2020/21 school year, there’s no shortage of pandemic-related issues to contend with. [...]

Meet a Few of Our Experts

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Mike Siebersma
Director of Consulting and Technical Assistance

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Carrie Germeroth
Managing Senior Researcher

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Jeanette Joyce

How We Can Help

As a part of your team, we develop a shared understanding of your unique needs and help you find classroom solutions that improve results for teacher and students. We can help you

  • Evaluate your personalized and blended (or remote) learning models
  • Review interventions against What Works Clearing House Standards
  • Amplify and improve practitioner-centered continuous improvement models
  • Design culturally relevant curriculum and assessments
  • Translate classroom assessment into actionable steps that improve student learning
  • Provide professional development for subject-specific instructional practice

Project Spotlight

Studying Gamified Education

Marzano Research partnered with Fullerton County Schools in California to conduct a study sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences, a U.S. Department of Education program, to review the district’s iPersonalize “gamified” education platform and model for its impact on student engagement and achievement.

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