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CLASSROOM OBSERVATION FORM Instructor: Registered Class Size: Subject Matter Treated in Lesson: Subject: Present Class Attendance:

Date: Room No.: Time:

Directions: Below is a list of instructor behaviours that may occur within a given class or course. Please use it as a guide to making observations, NOT AS A LIST of required characteristics. When this worksheet is used for making improvements to instruction, it is recommended that the OBSERVER IDENTIFIES the areas to be focused on before the observation takes place.

Respond to each statement using the following scale: Accomplished very well = 3, More emphasis recommended = 2, Not observed = 1 Check () the column that best represents your response. I. Content Knowledge and Relevance The instructor: 1. presented materials worth knowing 2. presented materials appropriate to students knowledge and background 3. cited authorities to support statements 4. presented materials appropriate to stated purpose of the course 5. demonstrated command of subject matter 6. presented divergent viewpoints when appropriate 7. made distinctions between fact and opinion II. Content Organization The instructor: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. made clear statement of the purpose of the lesson defined the relationship of this lesson to previous lesson presented overview of the lessons presented topics with a logical sequence paced lessons appropriately summarized major points of the lesson responded to problems raised during the lesson 3 2 1 3 2 1

III. Presentation The instructor: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. explained things with clarity presented examples to clarify points listened to students questions and comments defined unfamiliar terms, concepts and principle varied explanations for complex and difficult materials restated important ideas at appropriate times used humor appropriately to strengthen retention and interest 3 2 1

IV. Instruction/Student Interactions The instructor: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. encouraged students to ask questions encouraged students to engage in discussions maintained students attention restated questions and answers when necessary provided activities which develop analytical thinking among students 6. asked probing questions when necessary 7. encouraged students to answer difficult questions V. Instructional Materials and Environment The instructor: 1. maintained decorum and discipline in the class 2. prepared students for the lesson with appropriate assigned readings 3. supported lesson with useful classroom discussion and exercises 4. presented helpful audio-visual materials to support lesson organization and major points 5. provided relevant written assignments Comments: Evaluator(s): Designation: Teachers Signature:
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