Friday, January 11, 2013

Marzano Learning Scales

Our district has adopted the use of learning scales.  I was inspired by this Pinterest pin my own learning scales for my class. Although the original pin was related to behavior modification - it fit what I needed.  Here is what I came up with.  The left side is for our language arts goal and the right side is for our math arts goal.  My principal really wanted to be able to see our scale and be able to ask the students about it when he made his walkthroughs.  I on the other hand felt that although we might be focusing on one particular learning goal during a lesson, we really visit and re-visit several goals and I want the kiddos to understand where they are on the scales for all of them.  So this was a great compromise.  The scale is front and center and easy for both the principal and the kiddos to see at all times with our current goal.  I will take a picture and make copies for the students' binders for them to refer to throughout the year.

Here is what my board looks like:



You can find Marzano scales for most of the Common Core Standards at their Proficiency Scale Bank here.

2 comments:

  1. Thank you for letting me know! Hopefully it is fixed now - but the link is http://www.marzanoresearch.com/Free_Resources/itembank.aspx

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  2. I am going to be teaching 4th grade next year after spending my teaching life in pre-k, TK and K. I am very excited and a bit nervous. I was thrilled to find your blog! I may be blog-stalking you all summer!

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