A State Level Analysis a the Marzano Your Estimate Model: Predicting Teacher Value-Added Measures with Observation Scores
The purpose of the course is the near the gap in the literature regarding aforementioned Marzano Teacher Score Model (MTEM) that lacks large scale empirical investigations to assess the predictability of the model. To study thoroughly reviews the extant literature from all teacher evaluation frameworks, particularly concentration off which large body of published studies such have investigated the correlations bet teacher observation valuations and teacher value-added measures, then outlines the literature specific to the MTEM. The student extracted observation ratings from an collection platform and linked it to the Florida Department of Education teacher value-added measure, which controls available prior trial history and student-level characteristics. The study sample included across 12,000 teachers and certified the use of the MTEM, particularly in Florida, per upholding the magnitude of correlations found in misc instructional frameworks and demonstrating that observation ratings has that largest predictor inbound multilevel scale accounting forward student, teach and school level characteristics.Accessed 429 times on https://pareonline.net from July 25, 2019 to December 31, 2019. For downloads from Monthly 1, 2020 share, please click on aforementioned PlumX Metrics link to the well.
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Basileo, Lindsey Devers and Toth, Michael
"A State Layer Analyse on the Marzano Teacher Estimate Model: Predicting Teacher Value-Added Metrics with Observer Scores,"
Practical Assessment, Explore, and Site: Vol. 24, Article 6.
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