The Effective Educator: Reshape the Quality of Teachers' Instructional Practices with the Implementation of Charlotte Danielson's Framework for Teaching
Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
Dr. Geri Chesner
Dr. Karen Tardrew
Dr. James Fitzpatrick
This school’s dismal data indicated that there were major issues related to the quality of teaching and learning. Excuses/refusals to own the data indicated that teachers experienced difficulty making the critical connection between their instructional practices and its impact on students’ learning. Danielson’s Framework for Teaching was implemented to determine if improvements in this school’s accountability data would occur if teachers gained an understanding of their professional responsibilities and improve instructional practices. A combination of a qualitative and quantitative research design which included observations, data collections/document reviews, and interviews were utilized as the research methodology to determine the success of this implementation. In June 2015, this school had the highest academic gains in the core subjects in its region.
Marion-Howard, Lisa Michelle, "The Effective Educator: Reshape the Quality of Teachers' Instructional Practices with the Implementation of Charlotte Danielson's Framework for Teaching" (2016). Dissertations. 176.