Danielson Framework for School Librarian

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A review of the evaluation framework for teacher librarians in Chicago Public Schools from a presentation at the Illinois School Library Media Association conference in October 2012.

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  • Danielson Framework for School Librarian

    1. 1. Danielson Framework for School Librarians ISLMA 2012 - St. Charles, IL Connie Amon, Jeremy Dunn & Francelia Herron Department of Libraries & Information Services Chicago Public Schools
    2. 2. Today’s Objectives
    3. 3. Today’s Objectives1. Understand the structure and purpose of the Danielson Model
    4. 4. Today’s Objectives1. Understand the structure and purpose of the Danielson Model2. Identify concrete ideas to develop your own plan for demonstrating evidence of practice
    5. 5. CPS Framework for Teaching
    6. 6. CPS Framework for Teaching
    7. 7. CPS Framework for Teaching
    8. 8. CPS Framework for Teaching
    9. 9. Framework Features
    10. 10. Framework Features A universal definition of good teaching practice
    11. 11. Framework Features A universal definition of good teaching practice +
    12. 12. Framework Features A universal definition of good teaching practice + A common language to talk about teaching
    13. 13. Framework Features A universal definition of good teaching practice + A common language to talk about teaching =
    14. 14. Framework Features A universal definition of good teaching practice + A common language to talk about teaching = An evaluation tool that fosters professional development
    15. 15. The Danielson Model Four Domains of Teaching:
    16. 16. The Danielson Model Four Domains of Teaching: I. Planning and Preparation
    17. 17. The Danielson Model Four Domains of Teaching: I. Planning and Preparation II. The Classroom Environment
    18. 18. The Danielson Model Four Domains of Teaching: I. Planning and Preparation II. The Classroom Environment III. Instruction
    19. 19. The Danielson Model Four Domains of Teaching: I. Planning and Preparation II. The Classroom Environment III. Instruction IV. Professional Responsibility
    20. 20. A Danielson Placemat
    21. 21. A Danielson Placemat
    22. 22. A Danielson Placemat
    23. 23. A Danielson Placemat Components
    24. 24. A Danielson Placemat Components Elements
    25. 25. A Continuum of Practice Four Levels of Performance:
    26. 26. A Continuum of Practice Four Levels of Performance: I. Unsatisfactory
    27. 27. A Continuum of Practice Four Levels of Performance: I. Unsatisfactory II. Basic
    28. 28. A Continuum of Practice Four Levels of Performance: I. Unsatisfactory II. Basic III. Proficient
    29. 29. A Continuum of Practice Four Levels of Performance: I. Unsatisfactory II. Basic III. Proficient IV. Distinguished
    30. 30. Levels of PerformanceUNSATISFACTORY BASIC PROFICIENT DISTINGUISHED Proficient is the expectation for solid teaching in the Chicago Public Schools
    31. 31. Levels of PerformanceUNSATISFACTORY BASIC PROFICIENT DISTINGUISHED Little or no Some Most All Unclear Inconsistent Consistent Complex Not aligned Partial Clear Leadership Proficient is the expectation for solid teaching in the Chicago Public Schools
    32. 32. Levels of PerformanceUNSATISFACTORY BASIC PROFICIENT DISTINGUISHED Little or no Some Most All Unclear Inconsistent Consistent Complex Not aligned Partial Clear Leadership Proficient is the expectation for solid teaching in the Chicago Public Schools TEACHER DIRECTED SUCCESS
    33. 33. Levels of PerformanceUNSATISFACTORY BASIC PROFICIENT DISTINGUISHED Little or no Some Most All Unclear Inconsistent Consistent Complex Not aligned Partial Clear Leadership Proficient is the expectation for solid teaching in the Chicago Public Schools TEACHER STUDENT DIRECTED DIRECTED SUCCESS SUCCESS
    34. 34. Implementing the Framework
    35. 35. Implementing the Framework Teacher librarian framework developed by CPS Department of Libraries
    36. 36. Implementing the Framework Teacher librarian framework developed by CPS Department of Libraries Framework reviewed and approved by Chicago Teacher’s Union and by Danielson Group
    37. 37. Implementing the Framework Teacher librarian framework developed by CPS Department of Libraries Framework reviewed and approved by Chicago Teacher’s Union and by Danielson Group Additional revision to align with language of CPS classroom teacher framework
    38. 38. Implementing the Framework Teacher librarian framework developed by CPS Department of Libraries Framework reviewed and approved by Chicago Teacher’s Union and by Danielson Group Additional revision to align with language of CPS classroom teacher framework District timeline for evaluation schedule - phased over 3 years
    39. 39. Implementing the Framework Teacher librarian framework developed by CPS Department of Libraries Framework reviewed and approved by Chicago Teacher’s Union and by Danielson Group Additional revision to align with language of CPS classroom teacher framework District timeline for evaluation schedule - phased over 3 years Professional Development for both administrators and teachers and a resource site for the district
    40. 40. Implementing the Framework
    41. 41. Teacher Librarian Framework
    42. 42. Consider:How this framework could be used for self-analysis,professional discussion with administrators and colleaguesand advocacy for the library program?How you would revise/modify this framework toreflect the values and mission of your schools libraryprogram?
    43. 43. CPS Department of Librarieshttp://cpslibraries.wikispaces.com/ Connie Amon - CLAmon@cps.edu Jeremy Dunn - jdunn4@cps.edu Francelia Herron - fmherron@cps.edu

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