Informal Classroom Observations On the Go (Volume 3) ePub download
by Sally J. Zepeda
- ISBN: 1596671963
- ISBN13: 978-1596671966
- ePub: 1374 kb | FB2: 1538 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Schools & Teaching
- Publisher: Routledge; 3 edition (March 9, 2012)
- Pages: 204
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Sally J. Zepeda served as a high school teacher and K-12 administrator before entering higher education.
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Informal classroom observation should last between 15 and 20 minutes; therefore, conduct only as many observations in a day as can be followed up on with a postobservation conference either the same day or the next day. Teachers need and deserve some type of immediate feedback. Informally Observe as Often as Possible The presence of a principal, supervisor, or coach in classrooms sends a positive message to teachers: the leadership of the school cares. Including informal classroom observation as a school-wide initiative requires consistency and frequency.
Classroom Observation Towson University. Informal assessment strategies are utilized throughout the lesson. Instruction is adjusted based on informal assessments of student understanding. Instructional modifications (ment) are provided and based on needs of students. Students practice new learning independently.
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