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Medard h. nelson walkthrough observation notes
 

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    Medard h. nelson walkthrough observation notes Medard h. nelson walkthrough observation notes Document Transcript

    • Walk-through Observation NotesTeacher: Date: Time In: Time Out:Observer: Mastery Objective: While in your classroom I observed the following: Classroom Management and Culture CMC Teacher Behaviors/Actions CMC Student Behaviors/Actions o Sense of urgency o On task and actively participating o Respectful, supportive tone o Following directions/expectations o Assertive tone when appropriate o Respectful/courteous o High expectations o Sense of responsibility/initiative for learning o Stimulating classroom environment o Productive risk-taking o Positive reinforcement o Off task/disengaged o Redirecting inappropriate/off task behavior o Disruptive/disrespectful o Strong procedures/routines/transitions CMC Strengths CMC Areas of Improvement Instructional Planning and Delivery IPD Teacher Behaviors/Actions IPD Evidence/Usage of Instructional Strategies o Objective clearly posted and stated Mastery Objective: o Current lesson plans available o Engaging and effective instructional strategies o Varied and effective grouping strategies o Read world connections How teacher assessed for student mastery of objective or o Questioning/higher order thinking skills checked for understanding: o Actively monitoring student understanding o Formative/summative assessments o Effective pacing and sequencing IPD Strengths IPD Areas of Improvement
    • GENERAL COMMENTS/QUESTIONS KEY TAKE-AWAYS Keep Doing Start Doing Think About Not Doing ACTION STEPS (if applicable)1.2.3. Instructor’s signature Observer’s signature Date of Conference