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Observation form

  1. 1. Feb 21, 2012Name of TeacherFaculty, College of ______________Cebu Technological University – Main CampusCebu City, 6000Dear _________________,I would like to ask permision to conduct a classroom observation in one of your classes.This activity is one of our major requirements in the course “Funtional Literacy in the NewMedia”. We will be observing the different media and the theories applied in your classroomstrategies and the different principles that govern the learning style of the students. This willhelp us understand further the Teaching – Learning process and how to improve it using ICT.Attached is a sample observation checklist.Should you allow me to observe your class, please indicate your preffered schedule below:Date : __________________Day : __________________Classroom : ___________________Subject : ___________________I am hoping for your favorable response on this matter.Respectfull yours,Signature over printed NameNoted:MR. JAYSON S. PATALINGHUG DR. IMMELDA VILLARINFaculty – CAS LLC Chairperson – CAS LLCRecived by:Faculty Name
  2. 2. Classroom Observation ChecklistName of Techer : ___________________________________________________Name of Observer : ___________________________________________________Subject : ___________________ Length of Lesson: _____________Topic : _______________________________Legends: 3 – Strong 2 – Apparent 3 – Not Displayed 1. The teacher plans effectively and sets clear objectives that are 3 2 1 understood. a. Objectives are communicated clearly at the start of the lesson. b. Materials are ready. c. There is structure of the lesson. d. The lesson is reviewed at the end. 2. The teacher shows knowledge and understanding. a. Teacher gas throrough knowledge of th subject content covered in the lesson. b. Instructional Materials were approriate for the lesson. c. Knowledge is made relevant and interesting for pupils. 3. Teaching methods used enable all students to learn effectively. a. The lesson is link to previous teaching or learning. b. The ideas and experiences of the students are drawn upon. c. A variety of activity and questioning techniques are used. d. Instructions and explainations are clear and specific. e. The teacher involves all the students, listen to them and responds appropriately. f. High standard of efforts, accuracy and presentation are encouraged. 4. Students are well Managed and high standards of behavior are insisted upon. a. Student’s are praised regularly for their effort and achievement. b. Prompt action is taken to address poor behavior. c. All students are treated fairly 5. Pupils work is assesed thoroughly. a. Student’s understanding is assessed througout the lesson by use of teacher’s questions. b. Mistakes and misconceptions are recognized and used constructively to facilitate learning. c. Pupils written work are assesed regularly and accurately. 6. Homework is used effectively to reinforce and extend learning. a. Homework is appropriate. b. Homework is followed up if it is set previously. 7. Medium of Instructions. a. The teacher integrated ICT device in the lesson. b. The instructional materials used capture the interest of the students.
  3. 3. Comments by Observer, including specific examples of practice which meets or does not meetthe criteria in the checklist:Comments by the teacher:Signed (Teacher) : _______________________ Date: _____________________Signed (Observer) : _______________________ Date: _____________________