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Danielson Model: Framework for Teaching

A must read if you are being evaluated this year! Learn tips and tricks to create your very own teacher evidence binder - Inspire Me ASAP

Charlotte danielson 2013 teacher checklists: documenting the four domains

Charlotte Danielson 2013 Teacher Checklists: Documenting The Four Domains. *2013 Danielson Framework now updated with new language added to emphasize the CCSS*

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Evidence Binder Dividers, Inserts, Logs, and More

Are you required to provide an evidence binder as part of your teacher evaluation system? This packet is sure to ease your anxiety and make the process of creating an evidence binder a smooth one. My binder is based on the Danielson Framework but I have a

a great anchor chart to put right next to where your students turn in their work!

Natalie Snyders, SLP: Evaluations, Evidence, and Artifacts, Oh My!

Danielson Model: Framework for Teaching

Blog post about the Danielson Model for Teacher Evaluations- Lists ideas for what to include as evidence for the domains of teaching - Inspire Me ASAP

Danielson Model: Framework for Teaching

Blog post about the Danielson Model for Teacher Evaluations- Lists ideas for what to include as evidence for the 4 domains of teaching by Inspire Me ASAP

Growth Mindset: Notes from the Teacher

Do you teach your students about growth mindset? These notes from the teacher are the perfect complement to my other growth mindset products, including my affirmation posters, flip books, and growth mindset privacy office! Easy to use for teachers and super beneficial for students, these 24 notes will reinforce your students for incorporating growth mindset concepts into their lives!

Exit Slips using Bloom's Taxonomy

This set of 30 exit slips helps facilitate higher order thinking and thoughtful written response after students have reflected on a lesson or topic. Using these slips will help you collect formative assessments on your students throughout the school year and provide insight on how your students relate to what they learn each day!