Maximizing Learning Leadership using Danielson’s Framework for Teaching Focus Areas with Dr. Pamela R. Rosa
August 18 @ 8:30 am - 3:30 pm$249
FACE-TO-FACE LEARNING LEADERSHIP
The LEADing modules, based on alignment to the nationally validated evaluation and professional teaching Framework for Teaching’s rubrics, integrates the “what” of instructional leadership best practice, the “why” of got-to-know research aligned to John Hattie’s Visible Learning and others, and the “how” for knowing and growing deep teaching practice in order to maximize student learning! Each instructional leadership module provides the participants with powerful learning and an aligned toolkit full of strategies, templates and resources that educators can put into action for IMMEDIATE impact!
Essential Leadership Question: How can I use the Framework for Teaching Clusters to enhance my leadership of instruction and student learning?
Maximizing Learning Leadership using
Danielson’s Framework for Teaching Focus Areas
Charlotte Danielson’s latest research, Teaching to the Core, has led to the development of six Framework Clusters of Teaching Competency. Through this session you’ll gain resources and practical strategies for collecting data and generating meaningful conversations around these targeted cluster components for both teacher evaluation and ongoing instructional leadership.
- Discover how coaches and/or evaluators can utilize a step-by-step process for using the Framework for Teaching clusters to improve professional practice
- Learn practical strategies and resources for using the Framework for Teaching Clusters in teacher evaluation or in guiding collaborative teaching teams
- Explore aligned, easy-to-use rubrics that Charlotte Danielson has created for each cluster
Trainer: Dr. Pamela Rosa
Dr. Pamela Rosa, as the president of Rosa Educational Consulting, provides a wide range of intellectually engaging AND high-energy teaching, mentoring-coaching, and leadership learning opportunities. Pam has served as an award-winning principal, district curriculum and professional development coordinator, state school improvement consultant, director of early learning center, and a teacher/instructional coach at all grade levels. Pam’s current action research efforts focus on validation of The Framework for Teaching in early learning grades (PreK-3rd Grade) and development of the online, early learning professional resource, PK3TeachLeadGrow.org, in partnership with Dr. Lisa Hood from The Center for the Study of Educational Policy at Illinois State University.