What avail is it to label a teacher proficient, if in the process the teaching is terribly uninspired, overly teacher-centered, and reductive, if in the process the students are rendered lifeless and uninspired as well?
Measuring Proficient Teachers Codifies Bad Teaching
Paul Thomas

Paul, I’ve been getting “credited” for things like putting the learning objectives on the board in “kid friendly” language for years now. My students can attest to the fact that, in spite of my sustained accomplishment in this critical domain, day-to-day teaching and learning in my class can still suck.

But at least Charlotte Danielson thinks I’m distinguished.

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