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    • Charlotte Danielson A Framework for Teaching Domain 4: Professional Responsibilities
    • Framework Focus Domain 1 Planningand Preparation Whatateacher knowsanddoes in preparation for engaging students in learning. Domain 2 The Classroom Environment Whatateacher doestoestablishand maintainaculture forlearning that supportscognitive engagement. Domain 4 ProfessionalResponsibilities Professional responsibilities andbehavior in andoutoftheclassroom. ✓ Domain 3 Instruction Whatateacher doestocognitively engage studentsinthecontent. • The Framework for Teaching Charlotte Danielson
    • Domain 4: Professional Responsibilities – 6 Components • 4a: Reflecting on Teaching • 4b: Maintaining Accurate Records • 4c: Communicating with Families • 4d: Participating in a Professional Community • 4e: Growing and Developing Professionally • 4f: Showing Professionalism
    • 4a: Reflecting on Teaching • “Reflecting on teaching encompasses the teacher’s thinking after any instructional event, including planning, implementation, assessment and follow-up instruction.” • “By considering how these elements affected learning, teachers can determine where to make revisions and what aspects of the process they will continue in future lessons." • It is through this critical reflection time that teachers are truly able to assess their teaching (asking themselves, did the lesson 'work'?), following up with changes to improve their instruction.
    • Reflective Practice Wiki https://hcpssnewteacher.wikispaces.hcpss.org/Reflective+Practice
    • Teacher Reflection Wiki http://letsgetengaged.wikispaces.com/Teacher+Reflection+on+Student+Engagement
    • Teacher Reflection http://www.edutopia.org/blog/teachers-reflect-on-first-year-judy-willis
    • “Taking Stock” at the end of a School Year http://www.edutopia.org/blog/school-year-end-review-lisa-dabbs
    • Danielson Self-Reflection Excel Chart
    • 4b: Maintaining Accurate Records • Regardless of the strategy, experienced teachers have established routines and procedures for keeping accurate and detailed records of their student's progress. • These records they maintain include anecdotal records as well as more formal records, such as test scores. • Teachers use their records in communicating with parents and students about their progress and it allows them to monitor the learning taking place in the classroom.
    • Keep Anecdotal/Informal Observations Notes on Your Students • Keep notes on conferences, discussions and student behaviors as much as you can http://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/program/education/us/en/documents/assessing-projects/strategies/monitoring-observations-anecdotal-notes.pdf
    • Engrade.com • The best teacher record keeping systems to use are those that work best for that particular educator. • I use Engrade.com
    • LearnBoost.com https://www.learnboost.com/tour
    • JumpRope http://www.jumpro.pe/features/standards-based-gradebook
    • Record Keeping – Create your own Gradebook/Planbook http://algebrainiac.wordpress.com/2013/06/20/my-kryptonite-the-perfect-teacher-plan-book/
    • Portfolios
    • Portfolios http://www.livebinders.com/play/play/80990
    • Electronic Portfolios http://electronicportfolios.org/
    • 4c: Communicating with Families • Send it home with students, or put it on your blog, wiki (on-line presence) – put your grading policy, communication methods, class rules (when developed by you and students) • “Meet the teachers” night – set the stage • Make both positive and negative information phone calls • Communicate honestly and be specific about behaviors, homework, etc.
    • TeacherVision http://www.teachervision.fen.com/teacher-parent-conferences/resource/3713.html
    • Inspiring Teachers http://www.inspiringteachers.com/classroom_resources/tips/parent_communication/parent_conferences.html
    • PBS “Family and Community Connections” http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/concept2class/familycommunity/index.html
    • Use your DOE E-mail • Communication between teachers/parents should be done via NYC DOE E-mail • Know that your NYC DOE E-mail is not private!
    • 4d: Participating in a Professional Community • “Whether they like it or not, most teachers’ duties extend beyond the classroom.” (committee meetings, grade meetings, common prep meetings, science fairs). • Teams exist at school levels: • School Leadership Teams, Safety Committee Teams, etc. • “…if educators are interested in improving outcomes for students, they must not ignore the expertise within their walls.”
    • Paid Opportunities • Per Session $41.98/Hr • Training Rate $19.12/Hr
    • 4e: Growing and Developing Professionally • “Continuing development is the mark of a true professional.” • “Ongoing development in pedagogy also create opportunities for educators to improve their practice.” • “Expanding developments in information technology are yet another vehicle for intense professional development.” • Don’t overlook your own colleagues – seek out advice from other teachers who have the same students – what strategies are they using?
    • NYC DOE Teacher Page http://schools.nyc.gov/Teachers/Resources/Other/ProfessionalDevelopment/MiddleSchools/default.htm
    • ASPDP https://pci.nycenet.edu/ASPDP/
    • 4f: Showing Professionalism • “Integrity is demonstrated…through honesty.” • Remember “the purpose of schools is to educate students.” • Educators are “keenly alert to the needs of their students and step in on their behalf when needed.” • “Professionals comply with school and district regulations and procedures, such as those related to punctuality, dress code, completion of reports and the like.”
    • Child Abuse Certificate Course http://www.highered.nysed.gov/tcert/certificate/ca.html