Non-FYWP Teaching Observation Report
Prior to observing a class session, the observer should review the syllabus so as to be familiar with course goals and materials. The observer should meet with the instructor before the observation to discuss course goals and after the observation to discuss the class session. Observations are meant to be supportive and interactive, opening a dialogue about various pedagogical and presentational issues that arise in the classroom.

Observation reports should be completed within one week of the observation, and will be read by the teacher observed, the Associate Head, the Director of Undergraduate Studies, and when appropriate, the Director of First-Year Writing.

The instructor observed may choose, but is not required, to submit a response to the observation. Responses must be submitted within one week of the receipt of the observation to the Director of Undergraduate Studies, the Associate Head and, when appropriate, to the Director of First-Year Writing.

Your Name
Your answer
The name of the teacher you observed.
Your answer
The class observed.
Ex. English 071
Your answer
The date attended.
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What were the instructor's stated goals for the observed class, and were these goals met?
Please take 250 words maximum.
Your answer
What instructional methods were used, and how successful were they?
Please take 250 words maximum.
Your answer
What instructional strengths did you observe? Please identify specific areas for praise.
Please take 250 words maximum.
Your answer
Please identify any potential areas for development.
Please take 250 words maximum.
Your answer
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