The Danielson Framework for REMOTE teaching

As a public educator in the state of NM for a VERY long time, I am extremely familiar with the Danielson Framework. Basically, it was THE teacher evaluation tool in our state since 2013 (maybe before). I tuned in today to a webinar on the newly released Framework for REMOTE teaching. I was pleasantly surprised. Here is the link to the tools that were covered in today’s event: If you have limited time, download and take at least the self-assessment on Creating Environments of Respect and Rapport. Even in virtual learning, we know and understand the power of relationships in our classrooms. I have to say this feels like a more gentle and supportive observation protocol compared to what I knew from years gone by. Let me know what you think!

Published by michelle perry

I was a public school teacher and administrator in the state of New Mexico for 25 years. Currently, I am employed as an administrator in higher education and am enrolled in a PhD program in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis on learning technologies.

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