Graduate Project Title
Advancement in Teacher Evaluation: An Evaluation System Based on the Frameworks for Teaching
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Education (MEd)
Second Committee Member
Third Committee Member
Jack L. McPherson
The use of standards, active involvement, and self-reflection in evaluation were studied. With a focus on professional growth and accountability, The Frameworks for Teaching by Charlotte Danielson (1996) were created. The literature showed that the Frameworks for Teaching provided a clear explanation of teacher performance and supplied accountability to parents and legislators when used for summative evaluation. To systemically support Danielson's Frameworks, Danielson and McGreal (2000) collaborated to create Teacher Evaluation to Enhance Professional Practice. The system encouraged teachers to direct their professional growth and become involved in summative evaluation. The Frameworks for Teaching and Teacher Evaluation to Enhance Professional Practice were adapted to fit the needs of the evaluation system at Tahoma Junior High School in the Tahoma School District, Maple Valley, Washington.
Giard, Rossi Marie, "Advancement in Teacher Evaluation: An Evaluation System Based on the Frameworks for Teaching" (2003). All Graduate Projects. 808.
Educational Administration and Supervision Commons, Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Commons