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OBSERVATION SHEET # 1

The Teachers Professional Characteristics



Teacher Observed:
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Rate the teacher using the scale of 1 5.

1 Mastery of the subject.
2 Knowledge and understanding of the growth
3 Interest in children and in youth.
4 Skill with teaching methods.
5 Knowledge and understanding of the nature and principles.
6 Knowledge and understanding of evaluation of learning outcomes.
7 Knowledge of the other fields.
8 Appreciation of the teaching profession.

1. Where did you rate your Cooperating Teacher? lowest? highest?

2. Any lessons learned from observation? Write them down.

3. Remarks/Recommendations.



















OBSERVATION SHEET # 2
The Teachers Personal Characteristics

Teacher Observed:
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Tick the box that was observed
Patient Impatient
Warm Cold
Amiable Hostile
Creative Routinized
Systematic Erratic
Dominant Submissive
Conscientious Flighty
Quiet Bubbly
In control On-the-run
Assertive Soft spoken

1. Study your ratings of your teacher. What good traits do he/she posses?

2. In what traits do you think does he/she need to improve some more?

3. Any lessons learned from your observation? Write them here and share with your
group.

4. Remarks/Recommendations.

OBSERVATION SHEET # 5
The Learner and His/Her Multiple Intelligences and Learning Styles

Teacher Observed:
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1. Write down student behaviors which display:
a. Linguistic intelligence
b. Logical-mathematical intelligence
c. Musical intelligence
d. Visual-spatial intelligence
e. Bodily-kinesthetic intelligence
f. Interpersonal intelligence
g. Intrapersonal intelligence
h. Naturalistic intelligence

2. Did the teacher make use of varied techniques/activities to give the learners with
multiple intelligences a chance to participate in the learning activities? If yes, write
down the activity/ies appropriate for each of the multiple intelligences and learning
styles. If not, state and describe the activity/ies that you could have done to the
learners multiple intelligences and learning styles.

3. Remarks/Recommendations.

OBSERVATION SHEET # 6
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

Teacher Observed:
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1. How did you find the general atmosphere of the classroom? Would you know why?

2. Describe how the teacher handled the following routine in order to economize on
time and energy.

3. Did you observe some classroom courtesies, which helped maintain harmonious
relations between the teacher and the pupils and among the pupils themselves?

a. If yes, specify these courtesies:
b. Quote phrases or sentences used to indicate courtesy:

4. If there was any disruption or misbehavior observed to what factor would you
attribute it? Why?

5. Remarks/Recommendations.
OBSERVATION SHEET # 7
CLASSROOM DISCIPLINE

Teacher Observed:
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1. In general, which concept of discipline did the teacher exhibit in the classroom? Cite
specific instance.

2. What measures did the teacher employ in order to prevent classroom disturbance or
pupil misbehavior? Describe briefly.

3. If any misbehavior took place, how did the teacher effectively handle it?
a. Cite the particular misbehavior:
b. Manner of handling by the teacher:

4. How did the following factors contribute to the general atmosphere of the
classroom?
a. The teacher factor?
b. The pupil factor?
c. The school factor?

5. Remarks/Recommendations.
OBSERVATION SHEET # 8
The Classroom

Teacher Observed:
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Rate the classroom using the matrix below

1 2 3 4 5
1 order and cleanliness
2 lightning
3 ventilation
4 freedoms from noise and disturbance
5 room temperature

1. Is this classroom wide enough to accommodate the class and to allow change of
seating arrangement? Explain your answer.

2. Are the desks, chairs, and tables movable and therefore makes rearrangement
possible? Explain your answer.

3. Are their learning equipment (like overhead projector) and materials in the
classroom? If yes, what are these? Are they in working condition? Explain.

4. If you were to make this classroom a better place of learning, what would you
improve on?

5. Remarks/Recommendations.
OBSERVATION SHEET # 9
On Lesson Planning

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1. Have a copy of the teachers lesson plan of the day.

2. Make a comment on how it was made.

3. Remarks/Recommendations.
OBSERVATION SHEET # 10
The Type-Study Method

Teacher Observed:
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1. With which topic/lesson aids the demo-teacher use this method?

2. Describe what the demo-teacher did in each of the steps.
a. Appreciation and motivation
b. Statement of the typical case or model that served as basis for comparison
c. Study of details
d. Comparison of details with the model
e. Generalization

3. Which of the steps or part of the lesson did you find needing improvement? Why do
you say so?

4. What suggestion can you give to improve the lesson presentation?

5. With what other topics can this method be used?

6. Remarks/Recommendations.

OBSERVATION SHEET # 11
The Demonstration or Showing Method

Teacher Observed:
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1. Why was the demonstration method used in the lesson? What conditions justify its
use?

2. Give the objective and the concept of the demonstration method.

a) Objective:

b) Concept:

3. What tips were observed by the teacher to ensure effective demonstration?

4. If there was none, how did the teacher check students comprehension or mastery of
the skill being demonstrated?

5. What problems did both teacher and students in the process meet?

6. What suggestions can you give that could solve this?

7. Remarks/Recommendations.
OBSERVATION SHEET # 12
The Lecture Method

Teacher Observed:
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1. What method did the teacher use to establish rapport at the start of the lesson?
Describe.

2. Was the teachers use of the lecture method in this particular lesson appropriate?
Why?

3. Was there any time during the lesson that the pupils appeared Uninterested? If
yes, when or at what point of the lesson?

a) Can you give reason for this?
b) How would you remedy the situation?

4. Did the teacher effectively present the subject matter? Explain.

5. What appropriate books or anchors did the teacher use? Describe.

6. Remarks/Recommendations:


OBSERVATION SHEET # 13
The Integrative Method

Teacher Observed:
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Guide to Observation:
1. What were the specific topics?

2. What were the cues or indications, which made you aware that the teacher was
using the integrative method of teaching? Specific or quote.

3. Cite activities where group work was very evident.

4. Identify the specific activity in the lesson illustrating.
a. The initiation of the activity
b. Point of experiencing
c. Culminating activities

5. Describe the evaluation activity done by the class.

6. Cite two or three principles, which the teacher followed in planning his activity units
or learning experiences.

7. Remarks/Recommendations.

OBSERVATION SHEET # 14
Using Instructional Materials Effectively

Teacher Observed:
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1. Observe a teacher with her instructional materials. List down instructional materials
she used.

2. Describe the effect of the teachers use of instructional materials on the students
learning.

3. If you were asked suggestions to improve on the lesson observed, what instructional
materials would you suggest?

4. Could teacher attain her/his lesson objectives had he/she not made use of
instructional materials?

5. What tips did the teacher apply for her to use the instructional materials effectively?

6. Remarks/Recommendations.
OBSERVATION SHEET # 15
Constructing Teacher-Made Tests

Teacher Observed:
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Include a copy of test/exam

1. Is it the test composed of a variety of test items? Prove your answer.

2. Does the test consist of questions that measure both lower-level and higher-level
thinking skills? Give 2 examples for each group.

3. Are the test items clear and simple? Prove your answer.

4. If some items were not written clearly and simply, copy at least 3 and rewrite them.

5. Interview your cooperating teacher on what measures he/she took to assure
himself/herself that his/her test items were clear and simple.

6. Remarks/Recommendations.

OBSERVATION SHEET # 16
MULTIPLE INTELIGENCE THEORY AND ASSESSMENT

Teacher Observed:
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1. How did he/she assess learning?

2. Aside from a paper-and-pencil test, did he/she make use of other new ways of
assessing learning? If yes, give some examples.

3. If no, suggest some appropriate assessment practices that could have been
employed.

4. Remarks/Recommendations.