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Migrating to the new Marzano Framework

posted Apr 29, 2018, 8:16 PM by Kristin Daniels   [ updated Apr 30, 2018, 11:27 AM ]

The District Instructional Leadership Team met on April 11 and came to a consensus that the Marzano Legacy Framework (currently 60 elements in four domains) would be phased out in order to adopt the newer streamlined Marzano Focused Framework.


How and when will the migration take place? The Marzano Focused Framework (23 elements) will be implemented in the 2019-2020 school year. To support the 2019-2020 migration, the District Instructional Leadership Team (DILT) will take part in training in the fall and/or winter of 2018 and will create a professional development plan to introduce the updated framework to staff. Leaders will also phase out the district instructional goal and allow staff to work with their evaluator to focus on the elements that align with their planning, instruction or assessment. DILT members noted that this transition shows our efforts to streamline and focus on quality practice. An implementation plan and a proposal will be submitted to the Teaching & Learning Advisory in the fall of 2018. We wish to recognize the following DILT members that engaging in this collaborative endeavor:

Kim Nelles, Sara Edwards, Shane Dordal, Katie Sohn, Charlie Burroughs, Jim Godfrey, Michelle Glasgow, Shelley Schwab, Pam Austad, Darla Peterson, Sarah Knudsvig, Elizabeth Young, Josh Brantley and Scott Peterson

Marzano Legacy Framework

Marzano Focused Framework