T-TESS Cube Unpacking the Rubric

It doesn’t get any easier than this. This free bundle of sixteen 15-minute online courses gives teachers an in-depth understanding of each T-TESS dimension while they earn CPE credit. These mini-course give in-depth breakdowns of each T-TESS dimension, clearly unpacks the T-TESS performance levels, and provides insight into what appraisers will look for during evaluations.

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Key Benefits for Administrators

  • Time Saving: Because administrators no longer have to provide T-TESS support, they can move on to other critical issues.
  • Easy to Implement: Teachers self-register and complete courses on their own.
  • Consistency and Fidelity: Every teacher will receive the exact same training.
  • Flexibility and Accessibility: Teachers can complete the training from anywhere, at any time, and on their own time.
  • Accountability and Tracking: Administrators can easily run reports showing teacher progress and completion.

Key Benefits for Teachers

  • Record Keeping: T-TESS Cube records and archives course progress and completion, making it easy to keep track of training.
  • Save Time: The online course can be taken whenever and wherever it’s convenient for you.
  • Review: Teachers can review each course whenever they want while the subscription is active.

Planning | Domain 1

Dimension 1.1 -
Achieving Expectations

The teacher designs clear, well organized, sequential lessons that reflect best practice, align with the
standards and are appropriate
for diverse learners.

Dimension 1.2 -
Date & Assessments

The teacher uses formal and informal methods to measure student progress, then manages and analyzes student data to inform instruction.

Dimension 1.3 -
Knowledge of Students

Through knowledge of students and proven practices, the teacher ensures high levels of learning, social-emotional development and achievement for all students.

Dimension 1.4 -
Activities

The teacher plants engaging,
flexible lessons that encourage
higher-order thinking,
persistence and
achievement.

Instruction | Domain 2

Dimension 2.1 -
Achieving Expectations

The teacher designs clear, well organized, sequential lessons that reflect best practice, align with the standards and are appropriate for diverse learners.

Dimension 2.2 - Content Knowledge and Expertise

The teacher uses formal and informal methods to measure student progress, then manages and analyzes student data to inform instruction.

Dimension 2.3 -
Communication

Through knowledge of students and proven practices, the teacher ensures high levels of learning, social-emotional development and achievement for all students.

Dimension 2.4 -
Differentiation

The teacher plants engaging, flexible lessons that encourage higher-order thinking, persistence and achievement.

Dimension 2.5 -
Monitor & Adjust

The teacher plants engaging, flexible lessons that encourage higher-order thinking, persistence and achievement.

Learning Environment | Domain 3

Dimension 3.1 -
Classroom Environment, Routines, and Procedures

The teacher designs clear, well organized, sequential lessons that reflect best practice, align with the standards and are appropriate for diverse learners.

Dimension 3.2 -
Managing Student Behavior

The teacher uses formal and informal methods to measure student progress, then manages and analyzes student data to inform instruction.

Dimension 3.3 -
Classroom Culture

Through knowledge of students and proven practices, the teacher ensures high levels of learning, social-emotional development and achievement for all students.

Professional Practices and Responsibilities | Domain 4

Dimension 4.1 -
Professional Demeanor & Ethics

The teacher designs clear, well organized, sequential lessons that reflect best practice, align with the standards and are appropriate for diverse learners.

Dimension 4.2 -
Goal Setting

The teacher uses formal and informal methods to measure student progress, then manages and analyzes student data to inform instruction.

Dimension 4.3 -
Professional Development

Through knowledge of students and proven practices, the teacher ensures high levels of learning, social-emotional development and achievement for all students.

Dimension 4.4 -
School Community Involvement

The teacher plants engaging, flexible lessons that encourage higher-order thinking, persistence and achievement.

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Pricing | Unpacking the Rubric

These 15-minute online courses give teachers a complete understanding of the T-TESS domains and dimensions, what proficiency looks like, and what evaluators look for during observations.

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Get free PD credit for all of your teachers with our Unpacking the Rubric courses!

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