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Teacher Evaluations

Teacher Evaluations

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Published by Emily Coleman
There are a few documents included in this:

- Charlotte Danielson's Framework for Teaching, which the state of Illinois is pointing districts to in developing their own evaluations,

- a blank administrative evaluation for Dixon Public Schools,

- a blank teacher evaluation for Dixon Public Schools, and

- a rubric defining the different levels for the first standard of the teacher evaluation. Each standard has a rubric like this.
There are a few documents included in this:

- Charlotte Danielson's Framework for Teaching, which the state of Illinois is pointing districts to in developing their own evaluations,

- a blank administrative evaluation for Dixon Public Schools,

- a blank teacher evaluation for Dixon Public Schools, and

- a rubric defining the different levels for the first standard of the teacher evaluation. Each standard has a rubric like this.

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Published by: Emily Coleman on Nov 16, 2011
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AFrameworkforTeaching-
CharlotteDanielson2007
Domain4ProfessionalResponsibilitiesDomain1PlanningandPreparation
1
a.
DemonstratingKnowledgeofContentandPedagogy
.KnowledgeofContentandtheStructureoftheDiscipline.KnowledgeofPrerequisiteRelationshipslIKnowledgeofContent-RelatedPedagogy
lb.
DemonstratingKnowledgeofStudents
.KnowledgeofChildandAdolescentDevelopment.tnowledgeofthe
Learning
Process
.KnowledgeofStudents'Skills,Knowledge,andLanguageProficiency.KnowledgeofStudents'Interests
and
Cultural
HeritagelIKnowledgeofStudents'SpecialNeeds
Ic,
SelectingInstructionalOutcomes
.Value,
Sequence,andAlignment.C1arity.Balance.SuitabilityforDiverseLearners
Id.DemonstratingKnowledgeofResources
.ResourcesforClassroomUse.ResourcestoExtendContentKnowledgeandPedagogy.ResourcesforStudents
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DesigningCoherentInstruction
.l.eamingActivities
Instructional
Materials
andResources.Instructional
Groups
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Unit
Structure
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DesigningStudentAssessment
.CongruencewithInstructionalOutcomes
.Criteria
and
Standards
.Design
ofFonnativeAssessments.Useforplanning
4a.ReflectingonTeaching
.Accumcy.Use
in
Future
Teaching
4b.MaintainingAccurateRecords
.StudentCompletionof
Assignments
.StudentProgress
inLearning
~on-instructional
Records
4c.Communicating
with
Families
.JnfonnationAboutthe
Instructional
Program.Infonnation
About
IndividualStudents.EngagementofFamilies
in
theInstructional
Program
4d.ParticipatinginaProfessionalCommunity
.RelationshipswithColleagues.Involvement
in
a
Culture
ofProfession.allnquiry.Service
to
theSchool.Participation
in
Schooland
District
Projects
4e.GrowingandDevelopingProfessionally
.EnhancementofContentKnowledgeandPedagogicalSkill.ReceptivitytoFeedbackfromColleagnes.Service
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theProfession
4f.ShowingProfessionalism
.IntegrityAnd
EtbicaI
Conduct.ServiceToStudents.Advocacy.DecisionMaking.Compliancewithschoolanddistrictregulations
Domain2TheClassroomEnvironment2a.CreatinganEnvironmentofRespectandRapport
.TeacherInteraction
with
Students.StudentInteractions
with
OneAnother
2b.EstablishingaCultureforLearning
.ImportanceoftheContent.Expectationsfor
Learning
andAchievement.Stud~Pride
in
Wod;:
2c.ManagingClassroomProcedures
.Managementof
Instructional
Groups
.ManagementofTransitions.Managementof
Materials
AndSupplies~erformanceofNon-InstructionalDuties.SupervisionofVolunteersAnd
Paraprofessiona1s
2d.ManagingStudentBehavior
.Expectations.MonitoringofSrudentBehavior.ResponsetoStudentMisbehavior
2e.OrganizingPhysicalSpace
.Safety
andAccessibility.ArrangementofFumitureand.Useof
Physical
Resources.
Domain3Instruction3a.Communicating
with
Students
.ExpectationsfurLearning.DirectionsandProcedures.ExplanationsofContent.Useof'OralandWrittenLanguage
3b.UsingQuestioningandDiscussionTechniques
.Quality
ofQuestions.DiscussionTechniques.Student
Participation
3c.EngagingStudents
in
Learning
.Activitiesand
Assignments
~gofStudents.Instructional
Materials
andResources.StructureandPacing
3d.UsingAssessment
in
Instruction
.AssessmentCriteria~onitoringofStudentLearninglIFeedbacktoStudents.StudentSelf-AssessmentandMonitoringofProgress
3e.DemonstratingFlexibilityandResponsiveness
.Lesson
Adjustment
.Response
toStudents.Persistence
Common
Themes:Equity,CulturalCompetence,HighExpectations,DevelopmentalAppropriateness,AttentiontoIndividualStudents(includingthosewithspecialneeds),AppropriateUseofTechnology,StudentAssumptionofResponsibility
 
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