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Foolproof Tips on Obtaining a GREAT Announced Teacher Observation!

I wasn’t “feeling” observations, and this post popped into my head.

 

Spoiler Alert: Don’t take me seriously!:)

1. Create a lesson you will never use again. 48 more words

Elementary Education Blog

Why Do Teacher Observations Still Stress Me Out?

“Never will I name a child,” I often said during my final month as a student teacher, “Devon.”

My second placement as a student teacher was a disaster.   697 more words

Teacher Observation- Utilizing Technology

Teacher Observation- Utilizing Technology

H4- Honor family/community involvement in the learning process. To me, H4 refers to creating opportunities for family/communities to be informed and involved in students’ learning. 948 more words

H4

Preplanning Helps

I recently observed Mrs. A, with whom I will be working for the rest of the semester, and learned some good lessons for prospective teachers. The major reinforcement from this observation is that preplanning is of paramount utility to many other aspects of teaching. 762 more words

Reflections

Management, Standards, & Assessment, Oh My!

A major focus of my first few weeks at school has been to observe a number of teachers, each with acclaimed and very different styles of instruction, across disciplines. 1,392 more words

Reflections

Understanding and Differentiation with IEPs

I recently enjoyed working with one of my favorite students on improving his study skills. I began by observing the extracurricular activity of parent-teacher conferences. During this event my mentor teacher and I met with Student X’s father to briefly discuss some concerns. 1,059 more words

Reflections

Using Technology for Classroom Management

The goal of this first Teacher Observation Reflection was to observe classroom management specifically. I chose to observe in the classroom of Ms. O because she enjoys a sterling reputation for classroom management. 883 more words

Reflections