Teacher observation reflection sheet for students

What do you expect will be challenging for the students? What would you like me to focus on in my observation? What data would you like me to collect? Observation Focus (from the pre-conference): Post-Conference Optional: If the PT has just finished teaching, it may be a good idea to allow him or her to write for a few minutes to reflect on ...

Student Teacher ’ in most of the eight domains included on the ST-TOR. By the end of student teaching, student teachers should reach ‘Meets Expectations for a Graduating Student Teacher’ in all eight domains included on the ST-TOR. Student Teacher’s Goal(s) (for Lesson Observations 2, 3 and 4): Student Responses (active vs. passive participation, musical goals, interaction with other students and with the teacher) Reflections: What was successful, effective, or made a difference for the students? Did you notice any problems? If yes, how were they addressed? What did you learn from this observation? DCJ 2/04, p. 2

Use data from tests to supplement your observation. Watch the process children go through to master skills, concepts, or content. Ask students to think aloud for you so you can probe their understanding of content and strategies. Build student portfolios to record performance benchmarks during the year. notes, written reflection.) Observations Notes taken during observation 1b: Demonstrating knowledge of students Evaluator/teacher conversations Lesson/unit plan Observation Student / parent perceptions - Artifacts that show differentiation - Artifacts of student interests and backgrounds, learning style, outside of

Teachers self reflect on the lesson taught for observation. Teacher identifies one area of strength and one area for growth. Teacher writes a reflection prior to observation conference. The teacher identifies specific alternatives to improve unsuccessful teaching. The teacher identifies professional learning opportunities that can improve an ...