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When Charlotte Danielson first published the Danielson Framework for Teaching in 1996, her intent was to describe what good teaching was. Over the course of several revisions in 2007, 2011 and 2013, the Framework has provided a common language for discussing teaching practice for a vast number of districts across the country. It also serves as a guide for professional learning over the course of a teacher’s entire career.
You may be wondering, Isn’t using the 2007 edition basically the same as using the newer 2011 and 2013 editions?
Here’s Charlotte Danielson herself, describing what makes the Danielson Framework for Teaching, 2011 and 2013 editions different from earlier versions.
Need the info even faster? Here are her main points:
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Electronic use of the Danielson Framework for Teaching, 2011 and 2013 editions is available exclusively through Frontline Professional Growth, giving you the tools to simplify evaluations and promote ongoing professional conversations about teaching practice.