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PGES 2015

2015 PGES Dr. Roher

Domain 1: Planning and Preparation

(Sample Work / Location)

1a Demonstrating Knowledge of Content and Pedagogy

i. Knowledge of content and the structure of the discipline

EOC Quality Core: ACT Course Standards

Algebra 1 & 2, and Geometry

ii. Knowledge of prerequisite relationships

Peer Pre-Conference Lesson

iii. Knowledge of content-related pedagogy

Peer Pre-Conference Lesson

1b Demonstrating Knowledge of Students

i. Knowledge of child and adolescent development


ii. Knowledge of the learning process


iii. Knowledge of students’ skills, knowledge, and language proficiency


iv. Knowledge of students’ interest and cultural heritage


v. Knowledge of students’ special needs


1c Setting Instructional Outcomes

i. Value, sequence, and alignment


ii. Clarity


iii. Balance


iv. Suitability for diverse students


1d Demonstrating Knowledge of Resources

i. Resources for classroom use

IXL and Standard Alignment

ii. Resources to extend content knowledge and pedagogy

Teacher designed course of study Geometry http://bchsgeometryonline.weebly.com/

iii. Resources for students


1e Designing Coherent Instruction

i. Learning activities


ii. Instructional materials and resources

Teacher made video

Quadratics: Basics http://www.teachertube.com/video/001notesquadbasics-364564

Quadratics: Intercept form http://www.teachertube.com/video/003interceptform-364565

Quadratics: Graphing http://www.teachertube.com/video/002notesgraphinga-364568

iii. Instructional groups


iv. Lesson and unit structure


1f Designing Student Assessments

i. Congruence with instructional outcomes


ii. Criteria and standards


iii. Design of formative assessments


iv. Use for planning


Domain 2: Classroom Environment

2a Creating an Environment of Respect and Rapport

i. Teacher interactions with students

Peer Observation 1/15/2015

ii. Student interactions with other students


2b Establishing a Culture for Learning

i. Importance of the content and of learning

Peer Observation 1/15/2015

ii. Expectations for learning and achievement


iii. Student pride in work


2c Managing Classroom Procedures

i. Management of instructional groups

Peer Observation 1/15/2015

ii. Management of transitions

Peer Observation 1/15/2015

iii. Management of materials and supplies

Peer Observation 1/15/2015

iv. Performance of non-instructional duties

Standing on My Star

v. Supervision of Volunteers and Paraprofessionals.


2d Managing Student Behavior

i. Expectations


ii. Monitoring of student behavior

Peer Observation 1/15/2015

iii. Response to student misbehavior

Peer Observation 1/15/2015

2e Organizing Physical Space

i. Safety and accessibility


ii. Arrangement of furniture and use of physical resources.

Peer Observation 1/15/2015

Domain 3: Instruction

3a Communicating with Students

i. Expectations for learning

Today I Can...Learning Targets

Peer Observation 1/15/2015

ii. Directions for activities

Peer Observation 1/15/2015

iii. Explanations of content

Peer Observation 1/15/2015

iv. Use of oral and written language

ASL when possible

3b Using Questioning and Discussion Techniques

i. Quality of questions/prompts


ii. Discussion techniques


iii. Student participation


3c Engaging Students in Learning

i. Activities and assignments

Jigsaw: Right Triangles

ii. Grouping of students


iii. Instructional materials and resources


iv. Structure and pacing


3d Using Assessment in Instruction

i. Assessment Criteria


ii. Monitoring of student learning

Peer Observation 1/15/2015

iii. Feedback to students


iv. Student self-assessment and monitoring of progress


3e Demonstrating Flexibility and Responsiveness

i. Lesson adjustment

Peer Observation 1/15/2015: Student Guided Notes paper

ii. Response to students

Peer Observation 1/15/2015

iii. Persistence


Domain 4: Professional Responsibilities

4a Reflecting on Teaching

i. Accuracy


ii. Use in future teaching


4b Maintaining Accurate Records

i. Student completion of assignments


ii. Student progress in learning


iii. Non-instructional records


4c Communicating with Families

i. Information about the instructional program


ii. Information about individual students


iii. Engagement of families in the instructional program


4d Participating in the Professional Community

i. Relationships with colleagues


ii. Involvement in a culture of professional inquiry


iii. Service to the school

Art Club Sponsor

Jr. Class Sponsor

iv. Participation in school and district projects

Monster Walk 2014

Christmas Tour 2014

4e Growing and Developing Professionally

i. Enhancement of content knowledge and pedagogical skill


ii. Receptivity to feedback from colleagues


iii. Service to the profession


4f Showing Professionalism

i. Integrity and ethical conduct


ii. Service to students


iii. Decision-making


iv. Compliance with school and district regulations


Domain 5 ASL


SLPI Results Jul 23 2014

SLPI Assessment Jul 23 2014

Beginning ASL I Certificate

Counting 1-100 http://www.teachertube.com/video/rohernumbers20140923-350564


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