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Peer Observation at FHC

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    • 1. Peer Classroom Observation
    • 2. Peer observation is just that… observation not evaluation
    • 3. Try this…
    • 4. Why? Why?
    • 5. “ You might be a brilliant teacher but you can’t spot everything in your own classroom. The delight that someone else comes along and picks out something that you didn’t even know was going on, or the simple comment from a colleague that “I’d never thought of teaching it like that, what a brilliant idea!”
    • 6. “ Teachers have different strengths, and it’s useful to see colleagues in action so that you can perhaps adopt techniques yourself. It’s all about sharing good practice”
    • 7. Shared interpretation of classroom experiences
    • 8. A learning centred model of professional dialogue
    • 9. How?
    • 10. Key elements
    • 11. Key elements
      • Use of protocols
    • 12. Key elements
      • Use of protocols (including (“Ways of Working”)
    • 13. Key elements
      • Use of protocols (including (“Ways of Working”)
      • A three step process
    • 14. Why protocols?
    • 15. Three step process…
    • 16. Three step process…
      • Planning
    • 17. Three step process…
      • Planning
      • Observation
    • 18. Three step process…
      • Planning
      • Observation
      • Debrief
    • 19. What?
    • 20. The focus is on the students and their learning
    • 21. Respond rather than react
    • 22. Who?
    • 23. teachers …
    • 24. … .students
    • 25. When?
    • 26. When….
      • … in my career?
      • … in my class?
      • … in my day!
    • 27. Where?
    • 28. Peer Classroom Observation
    • 29. Next steps…
    • 30. KLA group activity