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  • 1. Making the Most of Teacher Evaluation Charlotte Danielson [email_address] www.danielsongroup.org Making the Most of Teacher Evaluation, Charlotte Danielson
  • 2. Purposes of Teacher Evaluation
    • Quality Assurance
    • Professional Learning
    Making the Most of Teacher Evaluation, Charlotte Danielson
  • 3.
    • What
    • Evaluative Criteria
    • Levels of Performance
    • Weighting
    • Score Combining
    • Standard Setting
    Teacher Evaluation System Making the Most of Teacher Evaluation, Charlotte Danielson
    • How
    • Procedures
    • Instruments
    • Personnel
    • Timelines
    • Due Process
    Process for Deciding Training for Evaluators Professional Development for Teachers
  • 4. A Blueprint for Teacher Evaluation
    • Clear definition of teaching (the “what”)
    • Instruments and procedures that provide evidence of teaching (the “how”)
    • Trained evaluators who can make consistent judgments based on evidence
    • Process for teachers to understand the evaluative criteria
    • Process for making final judgment
    Making the Most of Teacher Evaluation, Charlotte Danielson
  • 5. The Domains
    • Domain 1: Planning and Preparation
    • Domain 2: The Classroom Environment
    • Domain 3: Instruction
    • Domain 4: Professional Responsibilities
    Making the Most of Teacher Evaluation, Charlotte Danielson
  • 6. The Framework for Teaching Second Edition Making the Most of Teacher Evaluation, Charlotte Danielson
    • Domain 4: Professional Responsibilities
    • Reflecting on Teaching
    • Maintaining Accurate Records
    • Communicating with Families
    • Participating in a Professional Community
    • Growing and Developing Professionally
    • Showing Professionalism
    • Domain 3: Instruction
    • Communicating With Students
    • Using Questioning and Discussion
    • Techniques
    • Engaging Students in Learning
    • Using Assessment in Instruction
    • Demonstrating Flexibility and Responsiveness
    • Domain 1: Planning and Preparation
    • Demonstrating Knowledge of Content and Pedagogy
    • Demonstrating Knowledge of Students
    • Setting Instructional Outcomes
    • Demonstrating Knowledge of Resources
    • Designing Coherent Instruction
    • Designing Student Assessments
    • Domain 2: The Classroom Environment
    • Creating an Environment of Respect and Rapport
    • Establishing a Culture for Learning
    • Managing Classroom Procedures
    • Managing Student Behavior
    • Organizing Physical Space
  • 7. The Nature of Professional Learning
    • Trust
    • Self-assessment and self-directed inquiry
    • Reflection on practice
    • Collaboration and conversation
    • A community of learners
    Making the Most of Teacher Evaluation, Charlotte Danielson
  • 8. Making the Most of Teacher Evaluation, Charlotte Danielson Judgment
    • Evidence
      • Accurate and unbiased
      • Relevant
      • Representative of the total
    Interpretation What is the evidence? Respect and Rapport Questioning and Discussion
  • 9. The Classroom Environment Making the Most of Teacher Evaluation, Charlotte Danielson
  • 10. General Evaluation Procedures
    • Observations of practice
    • Conferences
    • Samples of student work, with analysis
    • Teacher artifacts
    Making the Most of Teacher Evaluation, Charlotte Danielson
  • 11. The Evaluation System
    • Track 1: Probationary or non-tenured teachers
    • Track 2: Experienced teachers, with continuing status
    • Track 3: Experienced teachers encountering difficulty
    Making the Most of Teacher Evaluation, Charlotte Danielson
  • 12. Experienced Teacher System
    • Multi-year cycle
    • Comprehensive evaluation - every 2-4 years
    • Self-directed professional inquiry in the “other” years
    Making the Most of Teacher Evaluation, Charlotte Danielson
  • 13. Challenges of Implementation
    • Understanding by educators of the importance of teacher evaluation, and of the evaluation procedures
    • Skill on the part of evaluators in making consistent judgments based on evidence
    • Time to engage in meaningful professional conversations.
    Making the Most of Teacher Evaluation, Charlotte Danielson