So, when you think about the iceberg, when you go into the classroom, I would equate that to be like the test or Danielson evaluation procedures, domains 2 and 3. Those are the things that you can physically see while you're in the room. That's a student interaction, the teacher interaction, the groupings, the, you know, just the communication that's going on there, but there's a lot.
Out of things that go into great teaching both before and after those students leave such as planning and being able to be consistent with the curriculum, the planning that goes along with that, the communication with parents outside the class of the communication with staff Administration outside the outside of that class. So there's there's just so much that goes on beneath the surface.
That makes great evidence of great teaching.