Charlotte Danielson 2013 Flip Book: Domains, Components, Samples and Rubrics
Includes: 13 PAGES
-Directions on how to assemble your flip book
-2013 New York Danielson Framework- the 4 Domains
-Elements of the each domain’s components
-Samples of each component within a lesson/unit plan
-2013 Danielson Rubric for each domain (updated with New York headings and language add to emphasize the CCSS)
-Cover page (you don't have to print it)
--Just Released-- Charlotte Danielson 2013 Edition now includes specific language around the instructional implications of the Common Core State Standards. The Framework always included the CCSS, but now the 2013 Edition includes specific rubric language, and teaching and learning examples that help schools and districts identify instruction that leads to student learning in the context of the CCSS.
**Conversion to New York State Rating Categories
The Framework for Teaching (2013 Revised Edition) contains four levels of performance ratings: “Unsatisfactory,” “Basic,” “Proficient,” and “Distinguished.” New York State's rating categories as follows: Unsatisfactory = Ineffective Basic = Developing Proficient = Effective Distinguished = Highly Effective**
-Don't be without the imperative materials for this method of evaluation. -Keep it in your binder for lesson planning, quick reference -Quick printing. Better to print the 14 page flip book than the full original 114!
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