Using Marzano To Lesson Plan
Okay, so you've seen the Marzano placemat and know how it's organized. Now what? The chart and language used can be very overwhelming, especially if your school or district basically says, "Here, use this," without any high quality training. But don't worry. In fact, there's nothing new on it!
So, if it's just old stuff (or new names for old stuff), why bother, right? It's just a fad that will go away.
First, it's not a fad. It's an organized list of best practices. And second, it actually saves time and makes lesson planning easier.
10/29/2021 05:15:18 pm
Can I see an actual lesson plan that you created using the placemat? My school is “dipping their toes” into Mariano, our one and only training was virtual and not done well. I like the concept but am not able to wrap my head around the actual planning stages. BTW, I teach math in middle school (7th grade) with block scheduling.
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