CIC Conference Getting Instruction Up to Code Through Observation & Feedback. Presenters: Jacqueline Rivers, Clare Newton, & Kristina McCalip. Session Focus. LO-1. Participants will understand how to conduct focused classroom observations.
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Jacqueline Rivers, Clare Newton, & Kristina McCalip
Welcome and Focus
Focus on Observation and Feedback
Piecing together the “Six Steps for Effective Feedback”
Apply the Learning
Analyzing the “Six Steps for Effective Feedback” map
Take care of your needs
Actively Listen & Participate
Monitor your Technology
Use cell phone etiquette
Leverage Leadership Chapter 2.
Author: Paul Bambrick-Santoyo
“Here Comes the Boom” --Movie Clip with Spot Observation
The most effective feedback is driven by data and focused on mediative questioning techniques.
Review of District’s Spot Observation Form
What are the implications in using the Six Steps for Effective feedback as a tool to guide the feedback process i.e.,
Why is feedback so essential in a teacher’s growth to becoming a master teacher?
How did the spot observation tool support your ability to provide effective feedback on instruction?
How do teachers at various levels of proficiency benefit from feedback?
How will you apply this knowledge to your position as campus instructional coach?
Participant will engage in an inner circle/outer circle activity to share their reflections
Respond to the Following Questions on the Reflections/Notes Guide