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Michigan Education: Student-Focused, Specific, and Reliable

“Teachers have grown in monitoring their students’ progress and in adjusting instruction to meet the needs of every student. Students have a deeper understanding of learning goals and how to assess their own growth along a scale. Overall, [the Marzano model] has helped our district move toward student- centered learning as we deepen rigor.”

—Farmington, MI, Public Schools Core Growth and Evaluation Team

Evaluation in Michigan

The Marzano protocol, a fully aligned evaluation system approved for Michigan schools, offers substantial benefits to impact teacher growth and student achievement.

Aligned to the Interstate School Leaders Licensure Consortium (ISLLC) standards, the Marzano School Leader Evaluation Model supports any InTASC-aligned teacher evaluation model. Its power is realized most fully when used in conjunction with the Marzano Teacher Evaluation and District Leader Evaluation models. iObservation also fully supports all of these models to make implementation manageable and affordable for any district.

Michigan and the Marzano Center

  • WHITE PAPER: See how the Marzano Teacher Evaluation Model aligns with Michigan standards
  • CASE STUDY: Hear from administrators and teachers at Kingsley Area Schools, who have been using the Marzano model
  • MONOGRAPH: Read how the Marzano Teacher Evaluation Model meets Common Core State Standards
  • INDEPENDENT STUDY: Compare the Marzano model to another leading model

Dr. Marzano and Dr. Carbaugh Discuss Teacher Evaluation in Michigan

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Beth Carr, Director of District Partnerships for Michigan, is happy to answer any questions you have.

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