Social-Emotional Learning in Teacher Evaluation

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How can teacher evaluation systems help teachers develop students' social-emotional competencies? This paper from American Institutes for Research first identifies instructional practices that promote student social-emotional learning, which in turn promote student academic learning. The paper then shows how three popular teacher evaluation systems (the Danielson Framework for Teaching, the Classroom Assessment Scoring System observation instrument, and the Marzano observation protocol) feature practices that influence not only student academic learning but also student social and emotional competencies. This information is from Education Commission of the Sates.


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