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Teacher Evaluation Training
Using Charlotte Danielson’s Framework
participants will…
o Examine and understand the culture of learning of the
teacher e...
• Importance of Content
• Expectations for Learning
and Achievement
• Student Pride in Work
• Refers to atmosphere in classroom that
reflects the importance of work by
students and teacher. It describes the
look an...
Proficient

Distinguished

 Teacher enthusiasm for content
 Shares learning goals with
students and explains importance
...
• How do you convey the sense to your
students that the work they are doing
in classroom is important?
– Relate to student...
• What strategies do you use to
reinforce and cultivate curiosity?
– What if…
– Allow students to express opinions
– Allow...
Proficient

Distinguished

 Teacher shares learning
outcomes with the students
 Sets high standards for
students
 Discu...
• How do you recognize high levels of
student achievement in your class?
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Rewards
Certificates
Wall of Fame
Wa...
• How do you or have you conveyed high
expectations to students when they do
not believe it?
– Show students improvements ...
• Effective
– Students turn in all
work
– Students engaged
in work
– Students giving
best effort

• Highly Effective
– Stu...
• What evidence do you have that your
students take pride in their work?
– Students redoing/revising work
– Students askin...
• Peer Review
• I Blew it card
– Allows students to take risks and try something
new. Students can redo, limit how many a
...
• Think about something you will try in your
classroom, after doing it, complete this
reflection chart on the strategy and...
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Domain 2 b classroom environment culture of learning training module

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A look at the teacher evaluation system and establishing a culture for learning. Taking a look at the importance of the content, expecations for learning and achievement, and student pride in work.

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  1. 1. Teacher Evaluation Training
  2. 2. Using Charlotte Danielson’s Framework participants will… o Examine and understand the culture of learning of the teacher evaluation system.
  3. 3. • Importance of Content • Expectations for Learning and Achievement • Student Pride in Work
  4. 4. • Refers to atmosphere in classroom that reflects the importance of work by students and teacher. It describes the look and general tone of the classroom. It is characterized by cognitive energy in the importance of the content with high expectations for all students.
  5. 5. Proficient Distinguished  Teacher enthusiasm for content  Shares learning goals with students and explains importance and purpose  Reinforces importance with charts and posters  Teacher provides opportunities for students to choose their own projects and methods for demonstrating their learning • Students indicate learning goal and explain why it is important • Teacher enthusiasm for learning • Students post high quality work on bulletin board • Students make posters that convey positive learning expectations • Students show individualism and creativity in demonstrating their learning
  6. 6. • How do you convey the sense to your students that the work they are doing in classroom is important? – Relate to students lives – Relate to real world examples/experiences – Relate to career choices
  7. 7. • What strategies do you use to reinforce and cultivate curiosity? – What if… – Allow students to express opinions – Allow students to have a choice in projects and or activities
  8. 8. Proficient Distinguished  Teacher shares learning outcomes with the students  Sets high standards for students  Discusses importance and significance of content  Shares personal experiences related to topic  Attributes student success to hard work and effort • Teacher holds students accountable for high expectations • Models high expectations for all students • Students attribute their success to hard work and effort
  9. 9. • How do you recognize high levels of student achievement in your class? – – – – – – Rewards Certificates Wall of Fame Wall of Honor Newsletter School Announcements
  10. 10. • How do you or have you conveyed high expectations to students when they do not believe it? – Show students improvements they have made – Praising the hard work and effort of the students – Communicating with parents
  11. 11. • Effective – Students turn in all work – Students engaged in work – Students giving best effort • Highly Effective – Students encouraged to take risks – Students continually ask questions – Students help each other – Students reflect on own work
  12. 12. • What evidence do you have that your students take pride in their work? – Students redoing/revising work – Students asking questions for deeper understanding – Students helping each other – Students turning in high quality work
  13. 13. • Peer Review • I Blew it card – Allows students to take risks and try something new. Students can redo, limit how many a student may use
  14. 14. • Think about something you will try in your classroom, after doing it, complete this reflection chart on the strategy and what you can do next time. What will I try? How did it go? What will I do differently next time?
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