Washington ProTeach Standards and Criteria

What are the Standards & Criteria?

As established by the Professional Educator Standards Board (PESB), the 3 standards and 12 criteria are:

1. The knowledge and skills for effective teaching that ensure student learning by:

  • a. using instructional strategies that make learning meaningful and show positive impact on student learning
  • b. using a variety of assessment strategies and data to monitor and improve instruction
  • c. using appropriate classroom management principles, processes and practices to foster a safe, positive, student-focused learning environment
  • d. designing and/or adapting a challenging curriculum that is based on the diverse needs of each student
  • e. demonstrating cultural sensitivity/competence in teaching and in relationships with students, families and community members
  • f. integrating technology into instruction and assessment
  • g. informing, involving and collaborating with families and community members as partners in each student’s educational process, including using information about student achievement and performance

2. The knowledge and skills for professional development by:

  • a. evaluating the effects of his/her teaching through feedback and reflection
  • b. using professional standards and district criteria to assess professional performance and plan and implement appropriate growth activities
  • c. remaining current in subject area(s), theories, practice, research and ethical practice

3. Professional contributions to the improvement of the school, the community and the profession by:

  • a. advocating for curriculum, instruction and learning environments that meet the diverse needs of each student
  • b. participating collaboratively in school improvement activities and contributing to collegial decision making

From <http://www.waproteach.org/overview/standards_criteria.html>

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