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T eacher O bservation P rogram. Marlene Houlden Margot Baker Marc Crilly. 2009. Mission Statement

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t eacher o bservation p rogram

Teacher ObservationProgram

Marlene Houlden

Margot Baker

Marc Crilly



Mission Statement

‘Collegiate Observation is a method of gaining feedback to improve your teaching, improve student outcomes and most importantly to develop professional relationships between adults in the workplace.’

selection of partners
Selection of Partners

Thankyou for my feedback you &^%$#@!!

Term 1 – Random selection

Term 2 – Working with someone from another level

Working with a team member

Term 3 – Someone never worked with

Self reflection using Dictaphone

Term 4 – Moderated comments for children’s reports.

different types of record keeping
Different Types of Record Keeping

Two stars and a wish

Jill Evans, 2008

feedback focus activities
Feedback Focus Activities

Impact of students

Classroom Management

Teacher Talk

Staff/Student Self Reflection

Clear Focus

Questioning Techniques

Personal Focus

team reflection
Team Reflection
  • We reflected on the practices during a staff meeting to gauge feedback on any concerns among staff members
  • We conducted a survey and used the results to plan our next observation
  • We discussed ‘best classroom practices’ with a member of our grade level team
  • We are currently using a Dictaphone to record lessons so teachers can reflect individually on their performance. Additionally, our term focus is student reflection
sustaining top in 2010 and beyond
Sustaining TOP in 2010 and Beyond
  • Our aim is for staff to accept TOP as an important aspect of professional development
  • Continue incorporating TOP into our Performance and Development Culture (PRP)
  • Regular Professional Dialogue sessions
  • Maintain engagement among staff by introducing new ideas for feedback sessions