Quality Instruction and the 5 Dimensions of Teaching and Learning (UW CEL)

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We know that quality instruction in the classroom is what has the biggest impact on student learning. We must be committed to quality instruction in EVERY classroom, EVERY day for EVERY child. Quality instruction means not asking what was taught, but rather what was learned. We all know “Just because I taught it, doesn’t mean they got it.” Teaching is complex. Teachers must use a variety of strategies to ensure student learning.

Beginning 2013-2014, Washington State educators will gather evidence on the quality of classroom instruction using the new teacher and principal evaluation systems. I see how our frameworks open the conversations about practice, allow us to collaborate on improvement, and inform differentiated supports needed for professional growth.

PURPOSE

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STUDENT ENGAGEMENT

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CURRICULUM AND PEDAGOGY

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ASSESSMENT FOR STUDENT LEARNING

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CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT AND CULTURE

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The following are some of my presentations on 5D and TPEP.

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