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The Best Resources For Doing Classroom Observations

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We periodically create time at our school for teachers to observe our colleagues teaching, followed by reflection.

Soon, I hope to be posting more about what we do.

You might also be interested in The Best Posts & Articles About Videotaping Teachers In The Classroom.

In the meantime, however, here are some useful resources to help you begin to think about the idea (also, please tell me about resources I’m missing):

Open Your Door: Why We Need to See Each Other Teach is by Jennifer Gonzalez.

How to observe a lesson is from The Learning Spy.

#ObserveMe: No Teacher is an Island is from IRIS Connect.

#ObserveMe is from Robert Kaplinsky, and he has other useful resources.

#ObserveMe II: We Need Perspective is by Hope Teague-Bowling.

Guest Post: Guidelines For Teachers Observing Their Peers

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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  1. Thanks for the resources I wished I seen this sooner I just conduced observations last week. I like the idea of teachers leaving their door open and others can hear you teach. I like to listen to the teacher next door to me teach and hear how much her class is enjoying learning. I hope one day to have my students just as excited.

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