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The Three-Minute Classroom Walk-Through. Changing School Supervisory Practice One Teacher at a Time. Key Ideas. Short, focused, yet formal observation Possible area for reflection Curriculum as well as instructional focus Follow-up occurs only on occasion and not after every visit

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The Three-Minute Classroom Walk-Through

Changing School Supervisory Practice One Teacher at a Time


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Key Ideas

  • Short, focused, yet formal observation

  • Possible area for reflection

  • Curriculum as well as instructional focus

  • Follow-up occurs only on occasion and not after every visit

  • Informal and collaborative


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Informal

2-3 minutes

Brief gathering of data to look for teacher decisions

Walk-through time is throughout the day and unannounced

No checklist of teaching practices to look for

Focus on curricular and instructional decision points of the teacher

Nothing put into personnel file

Focus on professional growth

Ultimately leads to reflective conversation

Coaching focus

Basics


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Direct

Indirect

Collaborative

Compliments and suggestions for improvement

Allow teacher to reflect, then use follow-up questions

Use reflective questions which focus on practice, not the lesson

Types of Feedback


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In Summary

  • Administrators should be in the classrooms more often, and for shorter periods of time

  • Reflective questioning should take place at the convenience of both parties

  • This is a way to enhance practice of teachers who are already proficient - to move them to the next level

  • Upon the agreement of both the building administrator and the staff member, this informal process could be used in place of the formal evaluation process


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