A Reader Requests… The Fundamental 5 / PDAS Alignment

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A LYSer makes the following request:

SC,

Hope you’ve had a relaxing summer. We are excited for a new year at HES. I remember when you showed how the Fundamental Five behaviors correspond to the domains in PDAS.

Is there any way you could post that again? I can’t find it and we would like to share it with our staff as we complete a PDAS update training during this week’s staff development sessions.

Thanks so much.

SC Response Summer has been busy but great.  And here is the alignment you requested.  Hopefully other schools will also find the information useful and timely.

When I Frame the Lesson, I make a positive impact on the following PDAS domains:

  • Domain I (Student Participation)
  • Domain II (Learner-Centered Instruction)
  • Domain III (Evaluation and Feedback)
  • Domain IV (Management)
  • Domain V (Professional Communication)
  • Domain VIII (Improvement of Academic Performance of All Students)

When I Work in the Power Zone, I make a positive impact on the following PDAS domains:

  • Domain I (Student Participation)
  • Domain II (Learner-Centered Instruction)
  • Domain III (Evaluation and Feedback)
  • Domain IV (Management)
  • Domain V (Professional Communication)
  • Domain VIII (Improvement of Academic Performance of All Students)

When I use Frequent Small Group Purposeful Talk, I make a positive impact on the following PDAS domains:

  • Domain I (Student Participation)
  • Domain II (Learner-Centered Instruction)
  • Domain III (Evaluation and Feedback)
  • Domain IV (Management)
  • Domain VIII (Improvement of Academic Performance of All Students)

When I Recognize and Reinforce, I make a positive impact on the following PDAS domains:

  • Domain I (Student Participation)
  • Domain II (Learner-Centered Instruction)
  • Domain III (Evaluation and Feedback)
  • Domain IV (Management)
  • Domain V (Professional Communication)
  • Domain VIII (Improvement of Academic Performance of All Students)

When I have my students Write Critically, I make a positive impact on the following PDAS domains:

  • Domain I (Student Participation)
  • Domain II (Learner-Centered Instruction)
  • Domain III (Evaluation and Feedback)
  • Domain VIII (Improvement of Academic Performance of All Students)

As you observe me execute the Fundamental 5 at high frequency and high quality, you will find it easy to evaluate me as Exceeding Expectations in the following PDAS domains:

  • Domain I (Student Participation)
  • Domain II (Learner-Centered Instruction)
  • Domain III (Evaluation and Feedback)
  • Domain IV (Management)
  • Domain V (Professional Communication)
  • Domain VIII (Improvement of Academic Performance of All Students)

So bottom line, when I execute the Fundamental 5 with high frequency and high quality, I can’t help but to exceed expectations on my PDAS summative evaluation.

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