Pillar I: Relationships

All great teaching starts with positive relationships. Teachers who build strong relationships with their students are intentional about how they do it. The next time you are with a group of successful teachers, ask them to write down one thing they do to build positive relationships with their students, and you will get an amazing list of things teachers do to create a climate where students are known, loved, and cared for.  Positive relationships start by knowing student names, stories, and needs. 

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* Teacher being formally assessed:

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* Performance Target 1: Knowledge of Students  
The teacher knows and uses individual student learning styles, family background, and personality to build positive relationships with students.

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* Performance Target 2: Trauma Informed Practices  (RELATIONSHIPS)
The teacher is aware of Trauma Informed Practices and uses that knowledge to create safety, trust and positive relationships with students.

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* Performance Target 3: Connections  (RELATIONSHIPS)
The teacher creates meaningful connections with students through appreciation of individual diversity and knowledge of student needs, wants, interests, hobbies, and dreams.

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* Commendations in the Pillar of Relationships:

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* Recommendations for Growth in the Pillar of Relationships:

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