Visit The Marazon System At Work to learn more about The Marazon Approach.
The developmental focus of the Marazon Approach supports each cadet's interests, strengths, and needs across six domains: affective, social, creative, cognitive, language, and physical. The role of the teacher in a Marazon School ensures that all staff focus on children acquiring new skills and concepts as well as focus on the development of the child-the whole child.
Teachers and support staff put The Marazon Approach into practice using the Marazon Analytical Database. The Marazon Database tallies, summarizes, analyzes, and reports on each child's progress related to Ohio's standards and outcomes. The Database enables teachers, parents, and administrators to have instant snapshots of each child's progress on a daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual basis.
Parents take on a very special role in the Marazon Approach. They act as consultants to their child's teacher, using The Parent Handbook of Child Development. This resource helps parents learn about their child's development and make recommendations about what they want their child's teacher to support in their child.