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  • Before starting show teacher rants from Youtube to lighten the mood
  • Introduction video 1
  • Show section 2 & 3 video Review what the staff came up with about good teaching after watching the video
  • Hand out the copies of the administrator quick guide
  • Think to self. Write on a note card. Share with table. Show video section 8
  • Show video section 11 and 12
  • Show the video section 13
  • Video section 14
  • Video section 16
  • Video section 16

Fft overview oct  12 Fft overview oct 12 Presentation Transcript

  • An introduction to the Framework For Teaching Presented by Drew and Val
    • Purpose for today:
      • Give staff an overview of
    • the FFT and understand
    • how it is organized
      • Give teachers a foundation for
      • the new evaluation system for
      • the Redmond School District
      • Have a common language and
      • expectations about what great
      • teaching looks like
    • Wisdom of Practice
    • “ If you were to walk into a classroom, what might you see or hear there (from students as well as the teacher) that would cause you to think that you were in the presence of an expert?”
      • At your table define the qualities of a good teacher
      • record your ideas on chart paper
    • (Danielson Introduction to the concepts)
    • Activity:
    • Using the rubrics from each domain
    • Identify and record on chart paper:
      • Big ideas
      • The “look fors”
  • Memorable Moment 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? (Danielson introduction to the concepts)
  • 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.” American Poet, b 1928
  • Levels of Performance Past levels: New: Satisfactory Distinguished Unsatisfactory Proficient Basic Unsatisfactory
  • Implications of Use of FFT
  • What are the standards of performance?
    • Closing
      • A research-based definition of good teaching
      • A roadmap to, and for navigating through, the complex territory of teaching
      • A framework for novice-level practice, through accomplished teaching
  • Information from Charlotte Danielson The Framework for Teaching: Introduction to the concepts & Thanks to Educational Impact