Title Page

  • Teacher

  • Department

  • Department

  • Class observed

  • Lesson/Subject/Course

  • School year/semester

  • Conducted on

  • Evaluator

Teacher Observation

  • 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

Interview

  • 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?

Coaching

  • What do you recommend to improve the teaching strategy?

Completion

  • Name and Signature of the Educator

  • Name and Signature of the Evaluator

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