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Classroom Walk-Through Form - Northview
Students making sense of and acting in and upon the world.
Students imposing structure on information.
Students putting individual skills together to create a process.
Students applying what they have learned in new or novel situations.
Michaels, Mary Ellen
College Prep Academy
Focus of Observation
Date of Observation
Classroom Environment & Culture
Does the teacher manage student behavior?
Student behavior is generally appropriate
Teacher response to disruptive behavior is consistent, proportinonate, respectful to students, and effective
The teacher frequently monitors student behavior
Teacher response to disruptive behavior is effective/successful
Comments/Classroom Environment & Culture
Are all components of the BBC (Blackboard Configuration) displayed (Objective, State Standards, Do Now, Agenda, and Homework)?
Is the BBC objective written correctly?
Measurable & Observable (Specific statements of what students will be able to do at the end of a lesson as a result of the activities, teaching, and learning that has taken place).
What is the focus of the Do Now?
Introducing a New Skill
What learning activities are occurring during the Literacy Block?
N/A (Not Applicable)
Is Google Classroom available?
Please mark any of the following indicators that are evident in the classroom.
Students know the criteria to be successful.
Students are given multiple exposures and opportunities to practice.
Students assist their classmates in understanding content.
Students initiate higher order questions.
Student communication demonstrates complex understanding.
Virtually all students are engaged in discussion.
Students apply what they have learned to real world problems/challenges.
The classroom is arranged to support the learning activities and goals.
Interactions among students are polite and generally respectful.
The classroom is safe and students are able to see/hear the teacher and/or board.
None of these indicators were observed.
Please mark any of the following types of questions observed.
DOK 1- Knowledge (Who, What, When, Where, Why, Define, Fill in the Blank, Recall, Tell, Match, Spell, Underline, Locate)
DOK 2- Comprehension (Describe, Interpret, Restate, Summarize, Rewrite, Explain, Put in order, Translate, Paraphrase)
DOK 3- Application (Apply, Demonstrate, Give an example, Show, Solve, Operate, Determine, How is this an example of?)
DOK 4- Analysis (Compare/Contrast, Diagram, Differentiate, Examine, Deduct, Classify, Outline)
DOK 5- Synthesis (Change, Compose, Predict, Revise, Plan, Create, Produce)
DOK 6- Evaluation (Choose, Rate, Conclude, Prioritize, What Criteria, Evaluate, Judge, Justify, Support, Defend, Appraise)
No questions asked
Is the content aligned to State Standards and presented at the appropriate level of r/vigor?
Do students use feedback to revise their work?
Students use feedback (from teacher and/or peers) to revise their work.
Students receive feedback but do not use for revisions.
Students do not receive feedback.
Not observed in the context of the lesson.
Checking for Understanding (Assessment)
Has the teacher used formative assessments in order to drive instruction?
The teacher uses (or it is evident that the teacher used) formative assessments in order to determine the instructional response.
Formative assessments are given, but they are not used to determine the instructional response.
Formative assessments are not given.
Are informal assessments used to explain, break down, and/or help students better understand lesson/lesson activities?
Individual Student Conferencing
Feedback loop to teacher
General Comments & Observations
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