CHARLOTTE DANIELSON BINDER EXAMPLES
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Charlotte Danielson A Framework for Teaching by Charlotte Danielson & KDS In this course, you will experience A Framework for Teaching, not only through Danielson's words, but through the discussions, observations, and interviews of educators who have incorporated the concepts into their daily practice.
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PDF fileCHARLOTTE DANIELSON’S PROFESSIONAL EVALUATION PORTFOLIO: HOW TO DEVELOP, ORGANIZE AND ‘SHOW’ EVERYTHING YOU DO! JANUARY 4, 2016 Presented by Katelyn GottierQHS Dana LudwigQJHS Katie VidalQHS Brenda ZessinQJHS
Editable Teacher Evidence Binder Charlotte Danielson Model
Charlotte Danielson Framework aligned teacher evaluation binder. The Danielson Model (EET, FFT, TESS) has been adopted in a growing number of states including New York, Illinois, Arkansas, Delaware, Idaho, South Dakota, Florida, New Jersey, and Washington evidence binder includes an editable c..
Danielson Framework with Early Learning Examples | Teacher
Danielson Framework with Early Learning Examples. Over the course of 1 ½ years beginning in Fall 2012, CSEP staff convened a group of early childhood stakeholders to develop examples unique to early childhood classrooms for each of the 2013 Danielson Framework for Teaching domains and components at each performance level (Unsatisfactory through Distinguished).
Danielson Framework- Example Artifacts/Elements Domain 1
PDF fileDanielson Framework- Example Artifacts/Elements . Domain 1- Planning and Preparation and Domain 4- Professional Responsibilities . Domain 1- Planning and Preparation and Domain 4 - Professional Responsibilities are considered “unobservable” domains. Evidence for rating these domains is gathered through artifacts and professional conversations.
Possible Artifacts for Danielson Domains One and Four
PDF filePossible Artifacts for Danielson Domains One and Four Educator Effectiveness Pilot Network April 2014 Note: Educators will provide artifacts as evidence for Domains 1 and 4. These are the ‘behind the scenes’ components, typically not observable in a classroom setting.
DANIELSON FRAMEWORK FOR TEACHING SAMPLES OF ARTIFACTS
PDF fileDANIELSON FRAMEWORK FOR TEACHING SAMPLES OF ARTIFACTS DOMAIN #1: PLANNING AND PREPARATION Includes comprehensive understanding of the content to be taught, knowledge of the student’s backgrounds, and designing instruction and assessment Framework Guidelines Artifacts/Actions to Illustrate Proficiency 1a – Demonstrating knowledge of
Professional Evaluation Portfolio: How to Develop
PDF fileProfessional Evaluation Portfolio •Do I need one? –Yes. All employees will need some type of ongoing organizational system for the evaluation process –The evaluation model by Danielson is more employee driven –A portfolio should be more than a miscellaneous collection of artifacts or an extended list of professional activities.