Customized PD Services
Ensure deep learning and sustainable outcomes. Collaborate with Marzano Research to design and implement quality staff development facilitated by Dr. Marzano and/or his personally trained associates. Acquire powerful, research-based strategies to improve student learning and staff efficacy. Whether you seek a one-day workshop or a multiyear contract, Marzano Research has the expertise and experience to help you reach your goals. We’ll work with you to meet your schedule and your budget.
Get hands-on team training. Take one day, two days, or more to develop skills and strategies in an area of need.
Revitalize your school improvement efforts. Kick off the school year with an energizing keynote on a targeted topic, or lay the foundation for a new professional learning initiative.
Interactive Web & Video Conferencing
Harness technology for efficient learning. Interactive web conferencing (IWC) and interactive video conferencing (IVC) provide flexible support without costly travel. Get answers to your unique implementation needs and questions wherever there’s an Internet connection.
Receive targeted support to take your instruction to the next level. Work closely with a hand-selected coach to determine your strengths, identify areas of improvement, and develop your expertise.
Develop leadership skills. Designed especially for district or school leadership teams, this premium PD service includes six days of personalized, focused attention from one or more Marzano Research associates. We’ll provide research-based strategies and techniques on the topic of your choice, plus phone and email support.
Support transformative, lasting improvement. Long-term services map out a comprehensive plan for success. We’ll work with you to define your needs, your goals, and your nonnegotiables. We’ll work with your budget and timeline to show you how to integrate diverse resources—on-site PD, online courses, books and videos, coaching, and more—into a cohesive plan that ensures you stay on track.
“We have such power to make students believe in themselves, or give up in hopelessness. Our work in quality assessment, standards-based grading, and sound instruction provides transformational opportunities.”
—Tammy Heflebower, senior scholar, Marzano Research