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Rubrics: Domain 3: Instruction
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 The teacher monitors the progress of a group of students in the curriculum, asking questions and prompting the students in order to elicit information about their understanding of the material.

 Teacher creates a topic around which students can have a discussion without teacher oversight.

 Teacher creates a discussion among students in pairs that requires prediction.

 All students are cognitively engaged in the activities and assignments in their exploration of content. Students initiate conversations about the assignment in order to enhance their own...

 Assignment is appropriate for the students, who are both cognitively engaged in exploring content.

 Most activities and assignments are appropriate to students, and almost all students are cognitively engaged in exploring content.

 Instructional pairs are productive and focused on the work. The groupings are appropriate to the instructional purposes of the lesson.

 Instructional pairs are productive and focused on the work. The groupings are fully appropriate to the instructional purposes of the lesson.

 Instructional pairs are productive and focused on the work. The groupings are fully appropriate to the instructional purposes of the lesson.

 Instructional pairs are productive and focused on the work. The groupings are fully appropriate to the instructional purposes of the lesson.

 Instructional groups are productive and appropriate to the instructional purposes of the lesson. The students politely debate multiple methods for reaching an answer.

 Instructional groups are productive and appropriate to the instructional purposes of the lesson. The students politely debate multiple methods for reaching an answer.

 Instructional groups are productive and fully appropriate to the students, with the teacher providing additional support to the students who need it, while other groups work independently.

 Instructional groups are productive and fully appropriate to the instructional purposes of the lesson. Students help each other with the activity.

 Instructional groups are productive in charting results, which is appropriate to the instructional purposes of the lesson.

 Instructional groups are productive and appropriate to the instructional purposes of the lesson, as students help each other complete the problem.

 Instructional groups are productive and focused on the work. The groupings are fully appropriate to the instructional purposes of the lesson.

 Instructional groups are productive and appropriate to both the students and to the instructional purposes of the lesson.

 The teacher's purpose for the lesson is clear to the students, including how it connects to previous learning experiences.

 Teacher's directions and procedures are clear to students, as evidenced by their immediate and focused work.

 Teacher's explanation of content is imaginative and connects with students' experiences. Students contribute by explaining their methods to their peers.

 Teacher's method is imaginative and connects with students' knowledge and experience. Students contribute to explaining concepts to their peers.

 Teacher responds to students' comments. Responses challenge student thinking and enhance understanding.

 Teacher's guided explanation of content is appropriate and connects with students' knowledge.