Specific considerations for teachers in the arts

Based in Danielson's 2013 Framework for Teaching, the Specific Considerations for Teachers in the Arts supports arts teachers of all disciplines and their supervisors through the use of reflective questioning, an essential component of enhancing effective instruction in the NYC public schools. Revised and approved in coordination with the Office of Teacher Effectiveness and the United Federation of Teachers, this document serves as both a planning and a reflective tool for arts teachers across all grade levels.

Standards:
Danielson Framework for Teaching 1a: Demonstrating Knowledge of Content and PedagogyDanielson Framework for Teaching 1b: Demonstrating Knowledge of StudentsDanielson Framework for Teaching 1c: Setting Instructional OutcomesDanielson Framework for Teaching 1d: Demonstrating Knowledge of ResourcesDanielson Framework for Teaching 1e: Designing Coherent InstructionDanielson Framework for Teaching 1f: Designing Student AssessmentsDanielson Framework for Teaching 2a: Creating an Environment of Respect and RapportDanielson Framework for Teaching 2b: Establishing a Culture for LearningDanielson Framework for Teaching 2c: Managing Classroom ProceduresDanielson Framework for Teaching 2d: Managing Student BehaviorDanielson Framework for Teaching 2e: Organizing Physical SpaceDanielson Framework for Teaching 3a: Communicating with StudentsDanielson Framework for Teaching 3b: Using Questioning and Discussion TechniqueDanielson Framework for Teaching 3c: Engaging Students in LearningDanielson Framework for Teaching 3d: Using Assessment in InstructionDanielson Framework for Teaching 3e: Demonstrating Flexibility and ResponsivenessDanielson Framework for Teaching 4b: Maintaining Accurate RecordsDanielson Framework for Teaching 4c: Communicating with FamiliesDanielson Framework for Teaching 4d: Participating in the Professional CommunityDanielson Framework for Teaching 4e: Growing and Developing Professionally
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