Assessment of EFL Pre-service Teachers’ Teaching Performance: Analysis of Classroom Videos Using the Danielson Framework for Teaching Evaluation Instrument

Thooptong Kwangsawad


This study reports the results of the assessment of 84 EFL pre-service teachers’ teaching performance who completed a year-long practicum. The participants were videotaped during teaching for a total of ten times. All teaching videos were rated with the Danielson framework for teaching evaluation instrument, 2013 edition which consists of four domains and 22 components with four levels of performance for each component which includes unsatisfactory, basic, proficient, and distinguished. Three domains (planning and preparation, classroom environment, and instruction) including 16 components were used in this study. Analyzing data through a quantitative method found that the highest percentage of all teachers were rated basic, the lowest percentage of all teachers were rated distinguished. Interpretations of findings focus on unsatisfactory level are discussed in order to enhance the quality of teacher preparation programs.

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