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Student Success and the Danielson Framework

The four keys to student success all connect to the Danielson Framework, CREC’s Teacher Evaluation model. Here is a breakdown of domains and domain components.


Domain 1

1c: Setting instructional outcomes.
1e: Designing coherent instruction.

 


Domain 1

1a: Demonstrating knowledge of content and pedagogy.
1b: Demonstrating knowledge of students.
1d: Demonstrating knowledge of resources.


Domain 1

1c: Setting instructional outcomes.
1e: Designing coherent instruction.
1f: Designing student assessments.


Domain 1

1c: Setting instructional outcomes
1d: Demonstrating knowledge of recources
1e: Designing coherent instruction
1f: Designing student assessments

Domain 2

2c: Managing classroom procedures.
2d: Managing student behavior.

Domain 2

2a: Creating an environment of respect and rapport
2b: Establishing a culture for learning

Domain 2

2b: Establishing a culture for learning
2c: Managing classroom procedures
2d: Managing student behavior.
2e: Organizing physical space

Domain 2

2a: Creating an environment of respect and rapport
2b: Establishing a culture for learning
2c: Managing classroom procedures.
2d: Managing student behavior.
2e: Organizing physical space

Domain 3

3b: Using questioning and discussion techniques
3c: Engaging students in learning.

Domain 3

3a: Communicating with students.
3b: Using questioning and discussion techniques
3c: Engaging students in learning.
3e: Demonstrating flexibility and responsiveness

Domain 3

3b: Using questioning and discussion techniques
3c: Engaging students in learning
3d: Using assessment in instruction
3e: Demonstrating flexibility and responsiveness.

Domain 3

3c: Engaging students in learning
3d: Using assessment in instruction
3e: Demonstrating flexibility and responsiveness.

Domain 4

4a: Reflecting on teaching.
4d: Participating in a professional community
4e: Growing and developing professionally.
4f: Showing professionalism.

Domain 4

4a: Reflecting on teaching
4b: Maintaining accurate records.
4c: Communicating with families
4d: Participating in a professional community
4e: Growing and developing professionally.

Domain 4

4a: Reflecting on teaching
4d: Participating in a professional community
4e: Growing and developing professionally.

Domain 4

4a: Reflecting on teaching
4c: Communicating with families
4d: Participating in a professional community.
4e: Growing and developing professionally.

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