Observation & Feedback Review and Extension. Agenda. Topics for Review Evidence Opinion Bias Instructional Strategies Accountable Talk Talking Chips. New Topics Scenarios and discussion Group processing. Evidence.
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Jumping to a conclusion or making an inference
Example:Students needed detailed written instructions.
Example: This was an enjoyable lesson, the kids had fun.
Using descriptive words rather than facts.
Example:That teacher’s classroom is disorganized.
Any attitude, tendency or inconsistency which impedes objectivity and accuracy in the evaluation process, or does not relate to the effectiveness of the instruction.
Each person is given a number of colored chips or similar objects to facilitate the processing & discussion. During the discussion students are asked to put a chip in the center of their table every time they share something with the group. The chips serve as a visual reminder of the number of turns each member took.
Get into groups of 4