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FTEM Newsletter: Standards-Based Planning
You are viewing an excerpt from the Learning Sciences International (LSI) monthly FTEM newsletter. a resource that helps to inform current users of the Focused Teacher Evaluation Model on the best practices for effective evaluation.
We recommend also reading Planning for Success and Using the Protocols to Plan.
Review of the Model
Review: Where does effective teaching begin?
In the Standards Based Planning Domain, there are three elements. Effective teaching starts with planning standards-based lessons, making sure teachers have the right resources. Next, teachers purposefully should plan to close the achievement gap for each student using appropriate data that focuses on the needs of every child in the classroom. An important point for this element is to ensure data is timely (not only the state assessment data). Ideally, data from the previous lesson should be used so teachers are looking at closing daily achievement gaps.