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Title: Using The Framework for Teaching for Teacher Evaluation


1
Using The Framework for Teaching for Teacher
Evaluation
  • Charlotte Danielson
  • charlotte_danielson_at_hotmail.com
  • www.danielsongroup.org

2
I know it seems crazy when everyone else in
the world wants to be a film director, but for
me, teaching is one of the few heroic jobs left.
All the biggest miracles take place in
classrooms. Nothing happens without
teachers. Stephen Frears British film
director
3
Purposes of Teacher Evaluation
  • Quality Assurance
  • Professional Learning

4
Teacher Evaluation System
  • How
  • Procedures
  • Instruments
  • Personnel
  • Timelines
  • Due Process
  • What
  • Evaluative Criteria
  • Levels of Performance
  • Weighting
  • Score Combining
  • Standard Setting

Process for Deciding
Training for Evaluators
Professional Development for Teachers
5
The Nature of Professional Learning
  • Trust
  • Self-assessment and self-directed inquiry
  • Reflection on practice
  • Collaboration and conversation
  • A community of learners

6
The Wisdom of Practice
  • If you were to walk into a classroom, what might
    you see or hear there (from the students as well
    as the teacher) that would cause you to think
    that you were in the presence of an expert?
  • What would make you think Oh, this is good if
    I had a child this age, this is the class I would
    hope for.

7
The Domains
  • Domain 1 Planning and Preparation
  • Domain 2 The Classroom Environment
  • Domain 3 Instruction
  • Domain 4 Further Professional Responsibilities

8
The Framework for TeachingSecond Edition
  • Domain 4 Professional Responsibilities
  • Reflecting on Teaching
  • Maintaining Accurate Records
  • Communicating with Families
  • Participating in a Professional Community
  • Growing and Developing Professionally
  • Showing Professionalism

9
Common Themes
  • Equity
  • Cultural sensitivity
  • High expectations
  • Developmental appropriateness
  • Accommodating individual needs
  • Appropriate use of technology
  • Student Assumption of responsibility

10
A Memorable Teacher
  • Consider your long life as a student. Recall an
    occasion (or a pattern of occasions) that you
    still remember. The memory can be either
    positive or negative.
  • What makes this so memorable?

11
School Memories
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Domain 2
Domain 3
Other
12
School Memories
-
Domain 2
Domain 3
Other
13
A Quote from Maya Angelou
  • People will forget what you said. People will
    forget what you did. But they will never forget
    how you made them feel
  • Commencement Address, 2002

14
Domain 2The Classroom Environment2a Creating
an Environment of Respect and Rapport
15
What is the evidence?
  • Evidence
  • Accurate and unbiased
  • Relevant
  • Representative of the total

Interpretation
Judgment
16
Domain 2The Classroom Environment2a Creating
an Environment of Respect and Rapport
17
General Evaluation Procedures
  • Observations of practice
  • Conferences
  • Samples of student work, with analysis
  • Teacher artifacts

18
Features of The Framework for Teaching
  • Comprehensive
  • Grounded in research
  • Public
  • Generic
  • Coherent in structure
  • Independent of any particular teaching methodology

19
Benefits of Any Framework for Teaching
  • Common language
  • Development of shared understandings
  • Self-assessment and reflection on practice
  • Structured professional conversation

20
Summary of The Framework for Teaching
  • A research-based definition of good teaching
  • A roadmap to, and for navigating through, the
    complex territory of teaching
  • A framework for novice-level practitioners,
    through accomplished teaching
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