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Danielson Domain 1 / VJA

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Robert Nolting

on 26 February 2013

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Transcript of Danielson Domain 1 / VJA

Goals Components of Domain 1:
A) Demonstrating knowledge of content and pedagogy
B) Demonstrating knowledge of students
C) Setting instructional outcomes
D) Demonstrating knowledge of resources
E) Designing coherent instruction
F) Designing student assessments B) Demonstrating knowledge of students Component 1A: Demonstrating
Knowledge of Content and
Pedagogy Critical Attributes:
Identify Important Concepts
Clear Explanation of Content
Makes Intra- and Inter- disciplinary Relationships.
Anticipation of Student Misconceptions Danielson Framework for Teaching
Understanding Domain 1: Planning and Preparation I can understand the six components of Domain 1
I can distinguish between levels of each component within Domain 1
I can assess my own performance based on the Danielson Framework Main Elements:
-Knowledge of child and adolescent development
-Knowledge of the learning process
-Knowledge of students' skills, knowledge, and language proficiency
-Knowledge of students' interest and cultural heritage
-Knowledge of students' special needs Critical Attributes:
-Aware/Includes Different Cultural Groups.
-Identify the Range of Interests
-Ongoing Methods to Assess Skill Levels and Designs Instruction Accordingly
-Incorporates Medical / Learning Needs into Lesson Plans. Main Elements:
1) Knowledge of content and
structure of the discipline
2) Knowledge of prerequisite
3) Knowledge of content-
related pedagogy Component 1C: Setting Instructional Outcomes Main Elements Value, sequence, and alignment
Suitability for Diverse Students Critical Attributes:
Outcomes Represent High Expectations and Rigor
Outcomes Reflect What Student Know
Ensure Accurate Sequencing
Outcomes are Differentiated Component 1D: Demonstrating Knowledge of Resources Main Elements Resources for classroom use
Resources to extend knowledge and pedagogy
Resources for students Critical Attributes: Resources are Multidiciplinary
Log of Resources for Student Reference.
Facilitates Student to Resources Outside the Classroom. Domain 1E: Designing Coherent Instruction Main Elements: Learning Activities
Instructional Materials and Resources
Instructional Groups
Lesson and Unit Structure Critical Attributes: Activities Matched to Instructional Outcomes.
Variety of Challenging Materials and Resources.
Well Structured Lesson Plan
Activities Permit Student Choice. Component 1F: Designing Student Assessments Main Elements Congruence with Instructional Outcomes
Criteria and Standards
Design of Formative Assessments
Use for Planning Critical Attributes: All Learning Outcomes have Methods for Assessment
Modified assessments for Students as Needed
Formative assessments During Instruction
Students participate in designing assessments for their own work
Assessment with Real-world application
Students are Actively Involved in Collecting Information from Formative Assessments
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