Iib teaching assessment instrument (2)

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Iib teaching assessment instrument (2)

  1. 1. The Mico University College PRACTICUM IIB YEAR 3 SEMESTER 2 TEACHING PRACTICE ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENT Name of Student Teacher: _______________________________________ Date of Visit: __________________ Name of Examiner/Supervisor: __________________________________ Programme/Major: _____________________________________________________________________________ School of Practice: _____________________________________________ Class and Time:_______________ Subject/Lesson Topic: __________________________________________________________________________ SCALE: Score Descriptor U No opportunity to observe the dimension in this teaching episode. 0 No attempt to incorporate the dimension in this teaching episode, despite opportunity so to do 1 Limited or consistently unsatisfactory attempts at demonstrating the dimension 2 Poor demonstration of the dimension, not consistent or regularly emphasised in the lesson 3 Acceptable demonstration of the dimension as intentionally incorporated in the lesson 4 Good, clear demonstration of this dimension as representing an important part of the lesson 5 Comprehensive and excellent demonstration of this dimension, consistently used as an integral part of the lesson ASSESSMENT DIMENSIONS U 0 1 2 3 4 5 ScoreA. PLANNING, PREPARATION AND READINESS (30)1. Objectives are clearly stated, technically sound and relevant2. Methods/Activities are appropriate for the content, develop attitudes andskills that are reflective of student needs3. Content is accurate/valid and shows evidence of research4. Resources, materials and contingencies for lesson implementation are inplace and relevant to concept development5. Respectable, respectful and professional conduct
  2. 2. 6. Lesson plan uses an appropriate and comprehensive formatB. INSTRUCTIONAL COMPETENCE (30)1. Sequence of discussion and activities facilitates concept development2. Student inquiry/creativity and interest is promoted3. Effective use of available resources/technology/instructional aids andvarious language forms to build students’ understanding4. Subject matter made relevant to life experiences and decision-making5. Effectively uses instructional time6. Conducts continuous assessment of students’ understanding, providingappropriate feedbackC. STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND BEHAVIOUR MANAGEMENT (20)1. Encourages and values active and interactive participation of all2. Uses the physical environment to promote engagement in learning3. Demonstrates appropriate use of physical and verbal communication inmonitoring behaviour and managing disruptions from internal/externalsources4. Encourages students to develop skills that promote self-directed learningD. REFLECTIVITY AND EVALUATION (20)1. Readiness to adjust to unexpected situations in the class/lesson2. Recognition of specific strengths and how to ‘capitalise’ on these3. Identification of specific challenges and weakness and propose possiblesolutions/amelioration4. Demonstrates insight into the implications for short- and long-term/professional growth and developmentGRAND TOTAL (100) Signature:______________________________________ Grade: _______% ________ (Alpha)

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