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  • 1. JPAS AND OTR A Comparison
  • 2. HOW CAN STUDENTS RESPOND? Individually  Projects  White Boards Group  Gel Boards  Bell Ringers With peers  Cards  Exit Cards Orally  Chart Paper  Essay Questions Signs  Responders  Multiple-Choice Written  Choral  Literature Circles Labs  Discussions  Demonstrations
  • 3. JPAS DOMAINSAlthough there are 5 domains, only 3 are assessed during observation :Domain 1: Managing the Classroom The teacher efficiently manages student behavior, time and materials.Domain 2: Delivering Instruction The teacher effectively structures, presents, and conveys knowledge and skills and monitors student acquisition of the knowledge and skills.Domain 3: Interacting with students.
  • 4. JPAS DOMAIN 1Domain 1: Managing the Classroom The teacher efficiently manages student behavior, time and materials.4 indicators are linked to opportunities to respond.
  • 5. JPAS INDICATORS? DOMAIN 1#1 Students off-task (Sweep every 10 minutes – if students are responding they are on task)#5 Adjust instruction (Use student responses to determine if instruction needs to be adjusted)#11 Uses management routines (Possibility to use hand signals, etc. to have students respond)
  • 6. JPAS INDICATORS? DOMAIN 1#13 Minutes of nonacademic time (If students are responding throughout the entire class time, the potential to have nonacademic time is eliminated)
  • 7. JPAS DOMAIN 2Domain 2: Delivering Instruction The teacher effectively structures, presents, and conveys knowledge and skills and monitors student acquisition of the knowledge and skills.16 indicators relate to opportunities to respond.
  • 8. JPAS INDICATORS? DOMAIN 2#14 Factual questions (Responses to factual questions are opportunities to respond)#16 Demonstrates skills/procedures (Teacher shows the students how to do something. When the student does it, that is an opportunity to respond.)#19 Reviews (Questions used during a review are opportunities to respond.#20 Pre-assessment (Many of the activities used during a pre-assessment are opportunities to respond, e.g., questions, demonstrations)
  • 9. JPAS INDICATORS? DOMAIN 2#22 Teaching/learning strategies (Most of strategies provide students opportunities to respond.)#27 Higher-order questions (Each of these questions is an opportunity to respond)#29 Sustains interactions (When teachers sustain interactions with a students, they are providing those students with an additional opportunity to respond.)
  • 10. JPAS INDICATORS? DOMAIN 2#30 Task-oriented peer interaction (When students respond to each other or the teacher in small groups, they have opportunities to respond.)#31 Problem Solving, #32 Cause-effect analysis, #33 Application activity, #34 Brainstorming (All of these activities provide opportunities for students to respond.)
  • 11. JPAS INDICATORS? DOMAIN 2#35 Prepares students for activities (When teachers question students to ensure they are prepared for the activity, the students have opportunities to respond.)#36 Supervises independent practice (Students should be responding in some fashion as they do their independent practice.)
  • 12. JPAS INDICATORS? DOMAIN 2#37 Correctives (The teacher is correcting the responses the students made.)#38 Monitors student performance (The teacher is monitoring the responses the students are making.)
  • 13. JPAS DOMAIN 3Domain 3: Interacting with students.10 indicators relate to opportunities to respond.
  • 14. JPAS INDICATORS? DOMAIN 3#39 Student participation (This is big one! The person doing the JPAS evaluation tallies each new student who participates.)#40 Academic feedback (The teacher responds to student responses.)#42 Encourages reluctant students (If students are not responding, the teacher encourages them to participate.)
  • 15. JPAS INDICATORS? DOMAIN 3#43 Reinforces desired behavior (If the reinforcement is connected to student responses, this indicator relates to opportunities to respond.)#44 Acknowledges learning efforts (The teacher is acknowledging the connection between responses and learning.)#45 Student demonstrations of knowledge or skills (These are opportunities to respond.)
  • 16. JPAS INDICATORS? DOMAIN 3#46 Practices communication skills (Depends on the type of response—if it is restating an idea in the lesson, it is an opportunity to respond.)#47 Guided practice (This provides multiple opportunities to respond.)#48 Checks for understanding (These are opportunities to respond.)#49 Learning environment (This indicator assesses the total interactions between teacher and student.)
  • 17. SUMMARYOf the 49 indicators assessed during each classroom observation, 30 or 61% are related to opportunities to respond.