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How is the Rigor and Relevance Framework correlated to Marzano's Art and Science of Teaching Framework?
Transcript of How is the Rigor and Relevance Framework correlated to Marzano's Art and Science of Teaching Framework?
Relevance takes students from being book smart to real-life smart.
What do my students need to know and be able to do in order to be productive citizens?--As Marzano would say, "What is critical vs. non-critical content?" Relevance? How do relationships impact your ability to teach rigorous lessons?
"Teachers want respect, but they also want rigor -- in healthy schools, the two go hand in hand." --Tim Daly
People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care. Relationships... Tying the Rigor and Relevance Framework together with Marzano's Art and Science of Teaching Framework
Which design question aligns with Quadrant A? What is your supporting evidence?
Which design question aligns with Quadrant B? What is your supporting evidence?
Which design question aligns with Quadrant C? What is your supporting evidence?
Which design question aligns with Quadrant D? What is your supporting evidence? What's Marzano Got to do With It? Design your own unit of instruction that
will progress through all quadrants of the
Rigor and Relevance Framework.
Don't forget Marzano! How can Marzano's
design questions 2, 3, and 4 be infused
into your unit? Rigor Defined... What is Rigor? 6
1 Knowledge Apply in Apply Apply to Apply to
in one discipline across real-world real-world
discipline disciplines predictable unpredictable
situations situations Creating
Remembering 1 2 3 4 5 Understanding the Framework "It might be easier to define rigor by noting what it is not: Rigor is not a synonym for ‘harder,’ and it does not mean moving first-grade curriculum into kindergarten, or algebra into the seventh grade. … Rigor means teaching and learning things more thoroughly – more deeply...Rigor is not assigning more homework. It is assigning better homework, open-ended work that pushes kids to think in multiple ways about the tasks they’ve been assigned, provides constructive feedback on their efforts – plus permission to edit, test prototypes, make multiple drafts." -- Nancy Flanagan (Teacher Leadership Network)