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Identify and understand the ten Idaho

standards for teachers.

Better understand the Danielson
Framework for Teaching Evaluation

There are 10 core standards that Idaho

has defined necessary for educators.
These standards are a guideline for how
teachers are to be evaluated in their
effectiveness as a teacher.
In the next few slides we will learn what
these ten standards are and what they
mean to me as a teacher.

Knowledge of Subject
The teacher understands
the central concepts,
tools of inquiry, and
structure of the discipline
taught, and creates
learning experiences
that make these aspects
of a subject matter
meaningful for students.

Knowledge of Human
Development and
The teacher understands
how students learn and
develop, and provides
opportunities that
support their intellectual,
social and personal

Adapting Instruction for

Individual Needs
The teacher understands
how students differ in
their approaches to
learning and creates
opportunities that are
adapted to students
with diverse needs.

Multiple Instructional
The teacher understands
and uses a variety of
instructional strategies to
encourage students'
development of critical
thinking, problem
solving, and
performance skills.

Classroom Motivation
and Management
The teacher understands
individual and group
motivation and behavior
and creates a learning
environment that
encourages positive
social interaction, active
engagement in learning,
and self-motivation.

Communication Skills
The teacher uses
knowledge of effective
verbal, nonverbal, and
media communication
techniques to foster
active inquiry,
collaboration, and
supportive interaction in
the classroom.

Instructional Planning
The teacher plans
instruction based upon
knowledge of subject
matter, students, the
community, and
curriculum goals.

Assessment of Student
The teacher understands,
uses and interprets
formal and informal
assessment strategies to
evaluate and advance
student performance
and to determine
program effectiveness.

Commitment and
The teacher is a reflective
practitioner who
demonstrates a
commitment to
professional standards
and is continuously
engaged in purposeful
mentoring of the art and
science of teaching.

The teacher interacts in a
professional, effective
manner with colleagues,
parents, and other
members of the
community to support
students' learning and
well being.

1a. Demonstrating Knowledge of Content and

1b. Demonstrating Knowledge of Students
1c. Setting Instructional Outcomes
1d. Demonstrating Knowledge of Resources
1e. Designing Coherent Instruction
1f. Designing Student Assessments

2a. Creating an Environment of Respect and

2b. Establishing a Culture for Learning
2c. Managing Classroom Procedures
2d. Managing Student Behavior
2e. Organizing Physical Space

3a. Communicating With Students

3b. Using Questioning and Discussion
3c. Engaging Students in Learning
3d. Using Assessment in Instruction
3e. Demonstrating Flexibility and Responsiveness

4a. Reflecting on Teaching

4b. Maintaining Accurate Records
4c. Communicating with Families
4d. Participating in a Professional Community
4e. Growing and Developing Professionally
4f. Showing Professionalism

The ten Idaho Core Teacher Standards are a way

to assess teachers in and out of the classroom, and
are used as a reference for what a teacher should
be able to do.
The Danielson Frameworks Evaluation Method is
similar to that of the Idaho Core Standards. The
purpose for Danielson Frameworks is to identify a
teachers responsibilities (Danielson, 2013, p. 3).
With both of these tools, teachers should be able
to identify in what areas they are strongest and
what areas they could use some extra support.

Danielson, Charlotte. The Framework for Teaching:

Evaluation Instrument. 2013 ed. Princeton, NJ:
Danielson Group, 2013. Print.
Standards and Dispositions for Professional Teachers.
Idaho Core Teacher Standards: How do you
measure up? Retrieved from