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Introduction to the Framework for Teaching

New teachers will understand how the NYCDOE defines great teaching and how to leverage the Danielson Framework for Teaching to support their continuous growth and development. With expert guidance from the Danielson group, participants will develop a common language for great teaching and leave this session prepared to use the Framework as a tool for growth during their first year of teaching and beyond.

Included Resources

The Enhancing Professional Practice:

An Overview of the Framework for Teaching Participant Packet contains participant resources from the Introduction to the Danielson Framework for Teaching professional learning session.
This session introduces new teachers to how the NYCDOE defines great teaching and how to leverage the Danielson Framework for Teaching to support their continuous growth and development. With expert guidance from the Danielson group, participants develop a common language for great teaching and leave this session prepared to use the Framework as a tool for growth during their first year of teaching and beyond. 

The Danielson 2013 Framework for Teaching (FfT) is the rubric used for teacher development and observation/evaluation. It is used as a formative tool to develop teacher practice as well as a rubric for use when observing and evaluating teacher practice. This version of the rubric contains all 22 components across four domains.

The Charlotte Danielson's Framework for Teaching Smart Card outlines the organization of the domains, components, and elements contained in the full Framework for Teaching.