Teacher observation is one model of professional learning that "is key to supporting a new vision for professional development," explained Stephanie Hirsh, executive director of Learning Forward. The new vision, according to Hirsh, involves teacher teams that meet daily to study standards, plan joint lessons, examine student work, and solve common problems. Team members then apply that learning in the classroom, watching each other teach and providing regular feedback.
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Address research-based strategies in the 21st Century teaching and learning environment Provide resources for discipline-specific tracks: Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies Integrate the use of technology and student engagement to support high school and middle school reform initiatives Developed with renowned national experts: Focus on three main themes: Digitize existing district and school observation forms with flexible customization options Facilitate seamless implementation by bridging iObservation with current district and school initiatives.Inherent in the design and delivery of the Peer Observation of Teaching scheme is the belief by all involved that learning about teaching in higher education – and heightening a sense of professionalism – stems from a continuous process of transforming and constructing personal.
A classroom observation is a formal or informal observation of teaching while it is taking place in a classroom or other learning environment.
Observation Sample Templates. In-class observation can be done using a wide variety of both directed and open-ended forms of evaluation aimed at assisting peer observers in critically evaluating the teaching they have observed and identifying how their observations relate to .
Teaching Consultation and Class Observation TEACHING CONSULTATION Schedule a visit with the Center for Faculty Development Director to discuss teaching strategies, course and assignment assessment, challenging student issues, approaches to course redesign, etc.
Complete the form below, then the Director will contact you to schedule an appointment. Information observation ("kid watching") of students working alone, in groups, or during whole-group instruction can give you valuable information about students' progress, understanding, strengths and challenges, cooperation, study habits, and attitude.
Any faculty member, graduate student, or post-doc teaching at Vanderbilt can request a teaching observation.
This is a free service the CFT provides to the Vanderbilt teaching community. (Note that teaching observations are required for participants in the CFT’s Teaching Certificate program.).