4 Focuser Take a minute to think and brainstorm with your group. Why do lessons sometimes not go as planned?How might we respond to those situations?Record your ideas and be prepared to share.You can have staff use chart paper and markersOrUse Padlet.com
5 How a Proficient Teacher Demonstrates Flexibility and Responsiveness Lesson AdjustmentTeacher makes a minor adjustment to a lesson and the adjustment occurs smoothly.Response to studentsTeacher successfully accommodates students’ questions or interests.PersistenceTeacher persists in seeking approaches for students who have difficulty learning, drawing on a broad repertoire of strategiesWhat key words jump out
6 ScenariosRead your group’s scenario and discuss how it connects to component 3E: Demonstrating Flexibility and Responsiveness.Write a basic and a proficient response to your scenario.After about 5 minutes, be prepared to share the main idea of your discussion.Divide participants into groupsGive teams about five minutesProvide a signal (music/clock) to indicate time remainingHave staff share out the main ideas and match it to the elementHave an example prepared
7 Artifacts and Evidence What would the principal need to see in your instruction to know that you are proficient in this area?This can be done on chart paper or electronically.
8 Reflection & Closure Consider what we discussed today. Think about a time when a lesson did not go as you planned.What could you have done to improve the lesson?With which element does your solution align?Lesson AdjustmentResponse to studentsPersistence
9 ResourcesFocus on the Framework Modules Domain CPD classes Teacher Evaluation Process Guide (Pages 81-83) Enhancing Professional Practice (Pages 88-91)