About This Chapter
Introduction to Danielson's Framework for Teaching - Chapter Summary
In this chapter, you'll explore Danielson's Framework for Teaching (FFT). You'll learn about Danielson and how the framework was developed. The lessons will also help you understand important components of FFT. Lastly, you'll discover exactly how using FFT can have a positive impact on your students' ability to learn and retain information. As you work your way through the chapter, take self-assessment quizzes to see how well you're absorbing the information.
How It Helps
- Provides insight: You'll learn how the framework was developed and examine empirical support for FFT's efficacy.
- Gives detailed overview: Our instructors will explain the components of FFT across four instructional domains.
- Improve student outcomes: You'll discover how utilizing FFT can have a positive effect on student learning.
In this chapter, you'll examine how to:
- Explain Danielson's Framework for Teaching and its development
- Share important elements of FFT
- Implement FFT into your classroom to benefit your students' learning
1. What is Danielson's Framework for Teaching?
Evaluating teachers to enhance student success is a complex process. Danielson's Framework of Teaching was developed to provide a foundation. In this lesson, we'll define Danielson's Framework for Teaching (FFT). You'll learn who developed the concept and its purpose.
2. Components of the Framework for Teaching
In this lesson, we'll define the Framework for Teaching. We'll explore the four domains and explain the components within each domain. You'll also learn strategies to incorporate this framework into your teaching.
3. Benefits of Using the Framework for Teaching
Whether you're a new or veteran teacher, annual evaluations should offer a pathway for success. Danielson's Framework for Teaching (FFT) offers four domains to further craft the teaching profession and enhance student achievement. We'll explain each domain and how they benefit teachers.
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Other chapters within the Using Danielson's Framework for Teaching in the Classroom course
- Knowledge of Content & Pedagogy
- Student Development & Learning
- Setting Instructional Outcomes
- Designing Instruction & Assesssments
- Creating & Managing a Classroom Environment
- Managing Student Behavior & Communication
- Using Questioning & Discussion Techniques in Teaching
- Engaging Students in the Learning Process
- Flexible, Responsive & Reflective Teaching
- Maintaining Accurate Records in the Classroom
- Communicating with Students' Families
- Growing & Developing Professionally as an Educator