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Connecting Standards Based Instruction to Professional Teacher Standards and Practices

Connecting Standards Based Instruction to Professional Teacher Standards and Practices

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In this lesson you will analyze the connection between ISTE and Subject Standards and Teacher Professional Standards and Practices.

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Connecting Standards Based Instruction to Professional Teacher Standards & Practices

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Notes on "Connecting Standards Based Instruction to Professional Teacher Standards & Practices"

(00:00-01:01) Intro

(01:02-01:26) Objectives

(01:27-03:37) Danielson Teacher Evaluation

(03:38-04:37) National Board Teacher Practice Standards

(04:38-05:33) ISTE Teacher Standards

(05:34-06:07) Reviewing Subject Standards

(06:08-08:24) Connecting the Standards & Practices

(08:25-08:59) Review

(09:00-09:41) Reflection

Additional Resources

The Relationship Between Standards-Based Teacher Evaluation Scores and Student Achievement

This article from the Consortium for Research in Education by Anthony T. Milanowski, Steven M. Kimball, and Brad White is a replication and Extensions at Three Sites. This research based article demonstrates that teachers who are evaluated using a standards based framework typically realize higher student achievement.
http://cpre.wceruw.org/papers/3site_long_te_sa_aera04te.pdf
 

The Thoughtful Classroom Teacher Effectiveness Framework 

This is the NY State Department of Education Handbook on evaluation that connects Marzano's framework with reflective practices and activities for teachers designed to improve practices. It provides teachers with questions to evaluate their own practices as a teacher. Although the tool may seem long and cumbersome, the reflection components can be broken down. For example, if you were focusing on building a culture of thinking and learning in your classroom, you could just use the reflection section provided in dimension 4. You might also consider having a peer reflect on your teaching practices and use the tool to guide their feedback.
http://usny.nysed.gov/rttt/teachers-leaders/practicerubrics/Docs/SilverStrongSelfAssessmentRubric.pdf