The purpose of this document is to guide observers using The Framework for Teaching Danielson rubric (2011 Edition)1 by “tinting the lens” with a view from an early childhood perspective. Although this evidence document uses the format of the Danielson framework, we anticipate that the document will be useful for districts using other instruments as well since ALL instruments approved by the Department of Education align to Interstate Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC) Standards2. The guiding question that directs this effort is; what does evidence of a particular item look like given best practices in early childhood and a district’s curriculum? Furthermore, in the continued effort to support districts in implementing teacher evaluation systems of the highest quality, this document also includes Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) concerning teacher evaluation and early childhood as well as Student Growth Objective (SGO) examples. As such, we anticipate that this document will change over time as educators learn lessons through implementation, which give rise to new examples and questions. As the timeline below indicates, the work took place between July and September of 2013. While the work group focused mainly on Domains 2 and 3, examples for Domains 1 and 4 are provided courtesy the Pennsylvania Department of Education through their own evidence document. Find more information.