SES Peer Observations
I am observing...
What are the students doing?
(Check all that apply.)
Student/teacher in academic dialogue/discussion
Students engaged in activities or responding to questions which required higher order thinking skills (If checked, please select the specific thinking skills below.)
Students engaged as instructional resources for each other
Students in whole group instruction
Students working independently (worksheet, text activity, silent reading, seatwork)
How were the students learning?
Small groups of students working together (Not just seated together.)
Who was talking?
Teacher and one or two students
Teacher and multiple students
Was there evidence of differentiation in student learning activities?
If you saw evidence of differentiation, please list one or more examples.
Was there evidence of differentiation in the levels of DOK/HOT?
If you saw evidence of the different levels of DOK/HOT, please list one or more examples.
If you observed questioning/activities at any level (whether it was verbal or in written form) please select the level of questioning you observed (Check all that apply.)
Remembering-recalling, listing, describing, naming, finding, etc
Understanding-explaining, interpreting, summarizing, paraphrasing, classifying, etc.
Applying-using information in a different situation
Analyzing-comparing, organizing, deconstructing, breaking information into parts, etc.
Evaluating-hypothesising, critiquing, judging, experimenting, etc.
Creating-inventing, producing, constructing, designing
(Check all that you see.)
Expectations for learning are evident
Varied questioning techniques/discussions
Classroom walls support student learning
Evidence of student ownership of learning
Evidence of celebrating student success
Evidence of technology integration FOR STUDENTS
Students using manipulatives/concrete items/pictures
Feedback available from multiple sources (self, peer, teacher)
Grade Level Standards Utilized
What words describe this classroom? These words should relate to what the classroom looked like, sounded like, or felt like.
How does this observation help move your learning forward with your own Learning Goals? (1-2 sentences)
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