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B4_A3_Jorge_Ordoñez

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  • 1. Peer to Peer Classroom Observation Form Observer: ______________________ Teacher Observed: ____________________ Date: ________________________ Time: ____________ Subject: _____________1. Focus on Curriculum1a. what is the learning objective?Objective:1b. Learning objective is evident to the students:___ Evident ___ Not Evident ___ Unable to determine1c. Learning objective on target for grade-level standards___ Yes ___ No2. Focus on Instruction2a. Identify instruction practices___ Coaching ___ Modeling ___ Teacher-direct Q and A___ Discussion ___ Presentation ___ Testing___ Hands-on Exp. ___ Providing Directions ___ Lecture___ Learning Centers ___ Providing Practice Opportunities2b. Identify grouping format___ Whole group ___ Small Group ___ Paired ____ Individual2c. Identify research-based instructional strategies___ Identify similarities and differences ___ Cooperative Learning___ summarizing/note taking ___ setting objectives/feedback___ Reinforcing effort/recognition ___ Generating/testing hypotheses___ homework/practice ___ Cues/questions/advanced org.___ Nonlinguistic representations3. Focus on the Learner3a. Identify student actions___ Listening ___ working with hands-on ___ Speaking___ Reading ___ Writing3b. Identify instructional materials___ Computer Software ___ Overhead/board/flip chart ___ Video___ Manipulatives ___ Published print materials ___ Web sites___ Hand held tech ___ Real-world objects ___ Worksheets___ Lab/activity sheet ___ Student created material___ Oral ___ Textbook3c. Determine level of student work___ Recalling Information (knowledge) ___ Breaking down info into parts (analysis)___ Understanding info (comprehension) ___ Putting information together in new ways (Synthesis)___ Using information in a new way (apply) ___ Making judgments and justifying positions (Evaluate)3d. Determine levels of class engagement___ Highly engaged – Most students are authentically engaged___ Well managed _ Students are willingly compliant, ritually engaged___ Dysfunctional – Many students actively reject the assigned task or substitute another activity4. Focus on Classroom Environment___ Materials are available in the classroom ___ Students interact with classroom environment___ Models/exemplars of quality work posted ___ Student work displayed___ Routines and procedures are evident ___ Scoring rubrics are displayed/provided5. Do you see evidence that the teacher is responding to the different learning needs in theclassroom?___ A Lot ___ Some ___ None ___ Unable to determine

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