- What is Evidence?
- Annotating your Evidence
- Quality Professional Statements
What are the Standards?
|Professional Knowledge||1. Know students and how they learn
2. Know the content and how to teach it
|Refer to the Standard at each career stage|
|Professional Practice||3. Plan for and implement effective teaching and learning
4. Create and maintain supportive and safe learning environments
5. Assess, provide feedback and report on student learning
|Professional Engagement||6. Engage in professional learning
7. Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/ carers and the community
- Professional developement
- Enhanced collaboration
- Assists career progressive
- Improved student outcomes!
Evidence for certification is compiled into packages, containing the following evidence types:
- Annoted Evidence
- Classroom Observations
- Teacher Reflection on Direct Evidence (eg HAT 3 written pages)
- Referee Statements (3-5, including principal or line manager)
- (For lead) Description/outcomes from a student achievement program
To fully annotate your evidence, it is recommended to follow the “CARES Model”: Context, Action, Result, Evaluation, Standards
The aim is to create rich evidence. Where sets of evidence relating to the same practice or learning can build to add further detail.
For example: A PD course certificate, followed up with a blog post (like this!), augmented by colleague comments (please comment!), with meeting follow-up minutes, etc, etc.
Use Self Assessment Tool
Use Lesson Observation Tool
[Link to Workshop 2]