Exploring Teacher Effectiveness As Measured By The Danielson Framework For Teaching and Student Achievement Outcomes: Pursuing An Understanding of Leading Students to Excellence-PULSE Study
Dissertation - Public Access
Ed.D. Doctor of Education
Dr. Harrington Gibson
Dr. Elizabeth Minor
The idea of teacher excellence is the guiding principal of exploring the teacher evaluation ratings of effective teachers. Using the Danielson Framework for Teaching as a tool for measuring teacher effectiveness through common goals, language and practices is the core of this study. Adding value to the teacher evaluation process through measures of student achievement supports the ideals around effective teaching and learning and teacher evaluation. As an educator and researcher, the goal is to understand what combination of teacher behavior, student learning and academic outcomes contribute to overall success for our students. Analyzing data in the school district through a quantitative and qualitative lens determined that 96% of the teachers are rated effective while only 79% of the learners are meeting student growth proficiency goals. The program evaluation provides recommendations for closing the gap based on teacher ratings and student achievement measured through local assessments.
White, Caletha, "Exploring Teacher Effectiveness As Measured By The Danielson Framework For Teaching and Student Achievement Outcomes: Pursuing An Understanding of Leading Students to Excellence-PULSE Study" (2017). Dissertations. 277.
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Commons, Educational Leadership Commons, Elementary Education Commons