Started the class in a positive mood
Set proper expectations and subject objectives
Managed routines effectively
Provided a recap of previous lessons
Used engaging warm up activities
Presented the lesson by connecting it with the warm up activity
Facilitated learning through student-centered approach
Utilized appropriate instructional materials to support learning
Used enrichment activities for students to further understand the topic
Encouraged an open discussion relating the topic to real life situation
Created a good learning atmosphere
Used questioning and probing techniques to engage students intellectually
Administered assessments effectively
Provided recap of the lesson
In general, how successful was the lesson? Did the students learn what you intended for them to learn? How do you know?
What evidence do you have of student learning? What do those samples reveal about those students' levels of engagement and understanding and learning?
How did your classroom procedures (routines, transitions, student movement and configuration) enhance or detract from the lesson? What, if anything, would you do different?
Did you depart from your plan? If so, how and why?
Comment on different aspects of your instructional delivery (e.g., activities, group of students, materials and resources.) To what extent were they effective?
If you had an opportunity to teach this lesson again to the same group of students, what would you do differently?
What do you recommend to improve the teaching strategy?