Connecticut Common Core of Teaching Rubric for Effective Teaching 2016 — At a Glance
|Evidence Generally Collected Through In-Class Observations||Evidence Generally Collected Through Non-Classroom/Reviews of Practice|
|Domain 1: Classroom Environment, Student Engagement and Commitment to Learning||Domain 2: Planning for Active Learning|
Teachers promote student engagement, independence and interdependence in learning and facilitate a positive learning community by:
1a. Creating a positive learning environment that is responsive to and respectful of the learning needs of all students.
1b. Promoting developmentally appropriate standards of behavior that support a productive learning environment for all students.
1c. Maximizing instructional time by effectively managing routines and transitions.
Teachers plan instruction to engage students in rigorous and relevant learning and to promote their curiosity about the world at large by:
2a. Planning of instructional content that is aligned with standards, builds on students’ prior knowledge and provides for appropriate level of challenge for all students.
2b. Planning instruction to cognitively engage students in the content.
2c. Selecting appropriate assessment strategies to monitor student progress.
|Domain 3: Instruction for Active Learning||Domain 4: Professional Responsibilities and Teacher Leadership|
Teachers implement instruction to engage students in rigorous and relevant learning and to promote their curiosity about the world at large by:
3a. Implementing instructional content for learning.
3b. Leading students to construct meaning and apply new learning through the use of a variety of differentiated and evidence-based learning strategies.
3c. Assessing student learning, providing feedback to students and adjusting instruction.
Teachers maximize support for student learning by developing and demonstrating professionalism, collaboration and leadership by:
4a. Engaging in continuous professional learning to impact instruction and student learning.
4b. Collaborating to develop and sustain a professional learning environment to support student learning.
4c. Working with colleagues, students and families to develop and sustain a positive school climate that supports student learning.