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Marzano Learning Scale: Summer, Ocean, or Beach Theme

Marzano Learning Scale: Summer, Ocean, or Beach Theme
Marzano Learning Scale: Summer, Ocean, or Beach Theme
Marzano Learning Scale: Summer, Ocean, or Beach Theme
Marzano Learning Scale: Summer, Ocean, or Beach Theme
Marzano Learning Scale: Summer, Ocean, or Beach Theme
Marzano Learning Scale: Summer, Ocean, or Beach Theme
Marzano Learning Scale: Summer, Ocean, or Beach Theme
Marzano Learning Scale: Summer, Ocean, or Beach Theme
Product Description
Research has shown that students achieve more when they are familiar with the lesson's objectives and are able to self monitor their learning. Students use learning scales to help self-monitor their learning. This is based off of the research of Robert Marzano, and is now widely used as a part of teacher evaluation systems throughout the country.

Included in this product: 
-summer/beach/ocean themes scales to hang in your room
-A blank "I Can" statement template
-Learning scales bookmarks for students

The learning scale ranges in numbers from 1-4. Students rate themselves as a 1,2,3, or 4 for lessons and/or independent practice with various subjects and skills. Students become more aware of where they are with their learning on a particular lesson and/or objective.

It is important that you and your students know that any number on the learning scale is  not “bad”. If a student is at a 1 or 2 on the learning scale, this simply means that we will work to help him/her learn the objective or skill in a different way. Your student can expect more support with mastery of that particular skill. 
Be sure that a daily objective is posted (or an “I Can” statement) in order for students to be able to rate themselves effectively. I have also found that making anchor charts that shows what a “1” looks like for a specific skill/objective versus a “3” can greatly help students increase understanding and monitor their own learning progress more effectively. 
Ideas for formative assessments: Have students hold up a finger indicating where they feel like they are at before a lesson, during a lesson and after a lesson. Students could also write a number on the top of a worksheet or Exit Ticket. These can be used to help you form small groups. You could use the bookmarks in small groups. Students can move a paperclip or point to where they feel like they are at in their learning.
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