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D1 - Preparation & Planning

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Will Nelson

on 4 February 2014

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Transcript of D1 - Preparation & Planning

Instructional Framework
Domain 1
Planning & Preparation
Learning Targets
1. I can understand the 6 components of Domain 1.
2. I can understand what are instructional outcomes.
Domain One has six components
that describe
how a teacher designs instruction
Component 1A
Demonstrating Knowledge of
Content and Pedagogy
Component 1B
Demonstrating Knowledge of
Component 1C
Setting Instructional Outcomes
Component 1D
Demonstrating Knowledge of
Component 1E
Designing Coherent Instruction
Component 1F
Designing Student Assessments
Know what skills and concepts are prerequisite to understanding others
Know what specific concepts and skills are central to a discipline
Teaching techniques are subject specific
Understand childhood learning development
Consider students' special needs, culture, background
Understand that students learn through active intellectual engagement with content
Identify exactly what students are expected to learn
Instructional outcomes reflect learning and lend themselves to assessment in order to demonstrate understanding of content
Aligns materials with learning outcomes
Some resources are official school materials, others are found/developed by teacher
Have a clear understanding of content; the curriculum; and the state, district, and school expectations for learning.
Understand the characteristics of students and the active nature of learning
Uses lesson organization and sequencing
Adapts student grouping to maximize learning
Assessments match learning expectations
Expectations clearly defined
Design formative assessments
Use assessment data to modify/adapt instruction to ensure student understanding
Taking a Closer Look at Component 1C
Setting Instructional Outcomes
Instructional outcomes do not describe what students will do…
Instructional outcomes describe what students will learn
Instructional outcomes must reflect important learning
Instructional outcomes must be able to be assessed
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Considering Evidence
1c: Setting Instructional Outcomes
Building/Grade Level/PLC specific activities
Considering Evidence
Exit Activity
State Evaluation Criterion
1. Centering instruction on high expectations for student achievement
2. Demonstrating effective teaching practices
3. Recognizing individual student learning needs and developing strategies to address those needs
4. Providing clear and intentional focus on subject matter content and curriculum
5. Fostering and managing a safe, positive learning environment
6. Using multiple student data elements to modify instruction and improve student learning
7. Communicating and collaborating with parents and the school community
8. Exhibiting collaborative and collegial practices focused on improving instructional practices and student learning

Evaluation Criterion
and the
Danielson Instructional Framework
Criterion 3: Recognizing individual student learning needs and developing strategies to address those needs.

Domain 1: Planning and Preparation
1b: Demonstrating Knowledge of Students
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