Is you district using the Danielson or Marzano model to evaluate its SLPs? Are you confused or don’t have the time to figure out everything you need to include in your portfolio or supporting documents to get full credit?
Trust me, I’ve been in your shoes! When my district first went to the Danielson evaluation model a few years ago, I was overwhelmed with all of the different areas covered, and didn’t know how to explain all of the things I do on a daily basis to get “credit” on the evaluation rubric. Also, many of the criteria – even on the “therapeutic specialist” rubric – seemed more suited to classroom teachers than speech language pathologists. I spent many, many hours reading the rubrics and creating and tweaking my own portfolio.
Thankfully, you don’t have to worry about this, because after working on it for over a year, I’m ready to share my completely editable Danielson Portfolio for SLPs!
It includes a completely editable Powerpoint template, using either standard or custom fonts, as well as a full example portfolio (my own!) in PDF form.
A full breakdown of the information and pictures needed are included, as well as helpful tips and step by step directions on how to edit the PowerPoint file.
Also included are ten different customizable cover options!
Need more tips and ideas with the Danielson model, including writing an individual growth plan? Check out these posts here!
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