Webinar with Charlotte Danielson
February 12, 2014; 8 pm EST
Implementing the Framework with Fidelity
What does it mean to have a validated definition of good teaching?
How can it be used to strengthen communities of professional and student learners?
In this webinar, Charlotte Danielson will spend 30 minutes discussing why a carefully-used description of practice is important to the complex and demanding work of teaching. Information about how to submit suggestions and questions for future webinars will be presented at the end of the session.
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Upcoming Presentations by Charlotte Danielson
The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards will hold their Teaching and Learning 2014 conference on March 14-15 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. Charlotte Danielson will be appearing on March 14. Through one-of-a-kind keynote speakers, inspiring panels and practical workshops, T&L 2014 will tackle some of the toughest challenges facing educators today and showcase solutions that work. From Common Core State Standards to education technology to advancing issues of equity in the classroom, educators from all types of classroom settings will have unique opportunities to share their stories, gain new tools, learn from the nation’s top innovators and get inspired to achieve greatness in their classrooms and communities.
The National Network of State Teachers of the Year (NNSTOY) conference will be held July 10-11, 2014 in Philadelphia, PA. Charlotte Danielson will be presenting a keynote session at the conference. NNSTOY is a non-profit organization serving as a professional home to State Teachers of the Year (STOYs) in what is called their years of service, following their Year of Recognition when they serve as their State STOY. Their focus is on providing active and meaningful roles for our members, in furthering great teaching and strengthening student learning. They do this through three critical vehicles: policy, practice, and advocacy. Charlotte also spoke at their 2013 conference.
Principal and Teacher A Complex Duet
New evaluation systems garner favorable reviews in Chicago
The New York Times presents a look at the challenges and successes of implementing a new teacher evaluation system in Chicago. Read the article here: http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/29/opinion/sunday/principal-and-teacher-a-complex-duet.html?_r=1&