Who wrote the Framework?
The Framework for Teaching (FFT) was first developed by Charlotte Danielson in 1996. In 2007, the 2nd edition of the Framework for Teaching was released with updated components, elements, and […]
Who is Charlotte Danielson? What is her past experience in education?
Charlotte Danielson is the author of the Framework for Teaching (FFT), an acclaimed educator and author, in addition to being the founder and board chair of The Danielson Group (DG). […]
How is the Framework for Teaching (FFT) organized?
The Framework for Teaching (FFT) is an evolving instructional resource that provides a roadmap for effective teaching. The FFT is divided into four Domains of Teaching Responsibility that outline 22 […]
Who uses the Framework for Teaching (FFT) and how is the Framework used?
Educators—including pre-service teachers, novice teachers, experienced teachers, instructional coaches, university faculty, school administrators, professional development directors, and human resources administrators—use the Framework for Teaching (FFT). The FFT is used for […]
What are Clusters?
The DG developed the Framework for Teaching Clusters (FFT Clusters) to reorganize the 22 components of the FFT by drawing attention to the big ideas that support student learning. This […]
Does the Framework for Teaching (FFT) support remote teaching?
Yes, during the 2020-21 school year, the DG team developed the Framework for <Remote> Teaching, identifying eight essential components from the FFT and a pathway that prioritizes student wellbeing, equity, […]