EDF_1005_Observation_Guide_Week_5 - 1 How explicit are the...

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Observer’s Name: ________________________________ School: ___________________________________________ Teachers Name: _________________________________Your EDF1005 Teacher(s):___________________________ Date: _____________Time of Observation: ______________ Grade/Age Observed: _____________________________ Fifth Visit Observation Guideline: Classroom Management Check for the following: Classroom/Lesson Type (Language arts, math, etc.) Describe the teacher (gender, age, dress; interaction with students) Number of students (gender; race; appearance) Classroom Rules/Routines/Procedures Reflection Questions : Students should answer questions and reflect in one or more sentences. This should take no more than 30 minutes.
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Unformatted text preview: 1. How explicit are the classroom rules/expectations? How many are listed? (List the rules) 2. How are students addressing the teacher? (raising hands, walking up to her, etc.) 3. Are students following the procedures that are posted? 4. On a scale of 1-10, 1 being calm and 10 being the loudest, how would you rate the noise level in the room? How long does it exist at this level? Is the noise level aiding or impeding instruction? 5. Are the students attentive to the instructions given by the teacher? How does the teacher respond to students who are off task? Time In/Out_______________________________ Observed Teacher Signature___________________________...
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  • Fall '08
  • classroom management, 30 Minutes, Visit Observation Guideline, _________________________________Your EDF1005 Teacher

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