Teaching Professionals with Unique Roles and Functions

Rubrics and Guiding Questions

According to PDESAS.org:

“Teaching Professionals with Unique Roles and Functions serve in many different capacities across the Commonwealth given their varied roles, function and contexts. As shown, committees of educators worked to develop general and specific examples as an optional and potentially useful supplement to the existing and already validated Danielson Rubric for use with instructionally certified personnel.”

The following individuals are considered teachers with unique roles:

  • Autistic, MDS and Life Skills
  • Career and Technical Education Teachers
  • Teachers of Students Who are Blind or Visually Impaired
  • Early Childhood Teachers
  • Emotional Support Teachers
  • English as a Second Language Teachers
  • Gifted Education Teachers
  • Instructional Coaches
  • Learning Support Teachers
  • Reading Specialists
  • School Librarians
  • Speech and Language Pathologist Teachers
  • Teachers of Students Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing

SAS Portal Resources for Teachers with Unique Roles