Teachers observing each other’s practice and learning from one another, including offering constructive feedback to peers.
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Classroom practice is recorded and later viewed as a means of observation of self and/or others. The aim is to support self-reflection and provide access to observation of others’ practice anytime, anywhere.
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http://www.aitsl.edu.au/professional-growth/support/classroom-observation-strategies A coach working one-to-one with a teacher, to model and observe classroom practice and to support reflection and professional conversation. The aim is to build a partnership to develop evidence-based teaching practices.
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A group of leaders and/or teachers visiting multiple classrooms at their own or another school with the aim to spread practice and support scaling systemic improvements of teaching and learning.
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Being able to see the world as shapes of value, especially colored shapes and objects, is a master skill to . video upload for personal practice use purpose Chris Legaspi channel -----other stuff------- my page . In Part 2 of this lecture we show examples of how to make value judgements based on observation. Learn how to simplify and .
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http://www.freshdesigner.com/how-to-see-in-value/ Being able to see the world as shapes of value, especially colored shapes and objects, is a master skill to cultivate as a visual artist. It's important to the artist because in order to compose and arrange shapes in our pictures, we must first see and understand their inherent grayscale value. How do we train our eyes to see the world in value? This video will demonstrate some very simple strategies we can use when we observe the world around us. To read the full, in-depth text version of this lecture, visit the website: http://www.freshdesigner.com/how-to-see-in-value/ Narrated by the Artist
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By the end of this webinar you'll be able to list the benefits of direct observation in clinical teaching, describe strategies for incorporating observation of learners in a busy practice, and have a list of web-based resources to further develop your skills of direct observation.
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How do we use information from ongoing observations of children’s learning and development? This video provides a developmental framework and strategies for interpreting and using information to inform planning and supports for individual children.
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Do you have a lesson observation coming up? What advice would you give to a teacher who was having an observation for the first time? It's never easy being a teacher. If it isn't the children in your class watching you it's your student teacher, or even your head of year. It seems as though there is a visitor in your class every other day! Don't worry, we have collated our best tips and tricks for teachers to help you to ace that lesson observation. Got one coming up soon? Feel free to post your questions down below so teachers from our community can offer support! Welcome to ForTeachers! We are two likeminded, positive thinking primary school teachers who have been working in the UK and internationally for the past 6 years. We aim to share our experiences and suggestions with the teaching community and create a positive space for educators to share their ideas. Please subscribe! __________________________________________________________________ Follow us on social media: Instagram: @ForTeachers Facebook: www.facebook.com/ForTeachers Email: [email protected] -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Want to see what "A Day in the Life of a Teacher" is like? Click here! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTJecsoqyfY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Early childhood teachers observe children throughout the day for a variety of purposes. In e-clip #5, Dr. Sudha Swaminathan discusses various types of observations in the early childhood classroom and how to plan observations to get the most useful results. Four preschool teachers also describe their use of formal and informal observation strategies to identify the individual strengths and needs of children and to plan instruction. Additional resources to support using this video are available at: http://www.easternct.edu/cece/e-clip-observing-young-children/ Copyright 2009 by the Center for Early Childhood Education at Eastern Connecticut State University. This video may only be used for educational purposes. It may not be used for commercial purposes and may not be edited or adapted without written permission from the Center for Early Childhood Education. 0:39 - Overview of Observing Young Children 2:58 - Planned Observation of Child's Social Interaction 3:48 - Planned Observation for Instructional Purposes 4:44 - Observing for Assessment Purposes 6:39 - Conclusion
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Teachers can use a number of both formal an informal tools to assess student progress in the classroom. Tests are a traditional form of post assessment, but informal observation and questioning can also provide valuable information about immediate and future instructional needs of students. For an example of assessment after learning, the teacher in this video used post assessment on the previous day to tailor her current lesson and appropriately group students with complimentary abilities. For more information about this topic and additional graduate courses for teachers, please visit: http://www.videocourses4teachers.com.
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Classroom Observation - PART I
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Chapter 1, Observation Practice #2 to Focused Observations by Gaye Gronlund and Marlyn James. http://www.redleafpress.org/Focused-Observations-Second-Edition-P777.aspx Captions
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Note: Click the Closed Caption (CC) icon to turn Spanish subtitles on or off. Join Breeyn Mack for a read-aloud of "Wash and Dry." She uses strategies for helping young children to get the most out of the read-aloud experience such as emphasizing vocabulary, commenting on characters, and asking probing questions. Breeyn wraps up the video by reviewing the strategies and giving you tips that you can use right away in your classroom. We'd love to hear what you think! Feel free to leave us a comment or like or share this video! http://www.teachingstrategies.com
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In this episode of our series, The World’s Most Interesting People, I sat down with Dr. David Matsumoto. He’s the Director and Lead Researcher for Humintell and is the Founder and Director of SFSU’s Culture and Emotion Research Laboratory. Dr. Matsumoto is a world-renowned expert in the field of emotion, nonverbal behavior, deception and culture. He has produced over 400 academic works including books, book chapters, journal articles and conference presentations and sat down with me to discuss how to use observation skills to determine intent and deception. * https://www.humintell.com * https://www.humintell.com/2019/01/microexpressions-differentiate-truths-from-lies-about-future-malicious-intent/ * https://www.detectdeception.com/clusters-of-nonverbal-behavior-differentiate-truth-tellers-from-liars/ ****** Science of People is a human behavior research lab. We will teach you what makes people tick. Come play in our lab and pick up a copy of our best-selling book, Captivate: The Science of Succeeding with People for even more on decoding, communication and personality. 👉 http://amzn.to/2xM4tiO ****** PS- Like, Share, and Explore the Science of People: ☞ Website: https://www.scienceofpeople.com/ ☞ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scienceofpeople/ ☞ Twitter: https://twitter.com/vvanedwards ☞ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vvanedwards/
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Supporting English learners with scaffolds is key to their success in the classroom. Using observation charts is a great way to access prior knowledge and to frontload knowledge before beginning a new unit or topic of student. I have used these in so many of my lessons, and I have had students engage with observation charts in a variety of ways. I think you'll find this an easy peasy way to support your students, while still moving your class forward!
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Learning is most meaningful for children when teachers and administrators make clear links between curriculum and assessment in their daily planning. Watch this webinar to learn best practices and strategies for observing and collecting facts, analyzing and responding, evaluating, summarizing, planning, and communicating assessment information as we explore the steps of an ongoing, observation-based assessment cycle. This webinar looks at resources in The Creative Curriculum for Preschool and the Teaching Strategies GOLD assessment system that can help educators make the link between curriculum and assessment. For more about The Creative Curriculum for Preschool, visit www.teachingstrategies.com/preschool. For more about Teaching Strategies GOLD, visit www.teachingstrategies.com/GOLD.
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At the end of the module the learner will be expected to be able to: •Discuss the key assumptions of qualitative research and the measurement of empirical phenomena •Describe and evaluate a range of qualitative techniques suitable utilised in applied research •Evaluate the validity, reliability and ethical implications of specific qualitative research strategies •Select appropriate quantitative techniques for particular research questions This session has been developed through the Learning from WOeRK project at Plymouth University and seeks to support learning in the work place. For an overview of all related modules and resources please visit http://cpdoer.net/collections/ This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 UK: England & Wales License
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http://www.timbedley.com This is a teaching demonstration from veteran elementary school teacher and 2013 Riverside County Teacher of the Year, Tim Bedley. Please visit his website for more teaching tips. The purpose of this lesson was to model some high engagement and classroom management techniques for a newer teacher. This is Mr. Bedley's first contact with these students.
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The Pennsylvania Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL) has developed a webinar as a resource for teachers and administrators working on teacher effectiveness. The resource offers strategies for conducting the Danielson Framework in an early learning setting. This is the Classroom Observation video
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In this video I share with you some tips to help you get through your teacher observation. If you like this video please give it a thumbs up and don't forget to subscribe. I upload new videos every week! #teacherobservationtips #teacherobservationadvice
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hello Everyone , recently observed this price action behavior..so thought to share with all of you.. this is not a strategy but i want you all can apply your unique mind and make it more accurate. my channel is not for analysis but also to challenge every individual not to be dependent on anyone Price Action Intraday Observation II Hindi II Technical Analysis this video is your challenge with yourself.. are you able to trace such behavior too? this is only for educational purpose. do not trade using it.. rather work on such patterns to analyse more real time.. thanks once again harshubh shah impulse technical www.impulsetechnical.com
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Watch this learning object for strategies on observing and providing feedback for your early childhood teachers!
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John Bayley visits the MFL department at Dunraven School in Streatham Hill in a bid to help them with classroom observation and feedback skills. Bayley works with Jo Grimes, the line manager of Spanish teacher Gustavo Garcia, who is taking a Year 7 class at the south London school. Gus's performance management targets are to cater for different learning styles and to use more kinaesthetic learning strategies. Unfortunately, during the lesson that Bayley observes, he runs out of time to complete the main kinaesthetic activity of the lesson satisfactorily. Jo believes the issue lies with poor timing, but Bayley is not so sure. He later discovers that Gus feels ill at ease with kinaesthetic learning strategies and prefers teaching from the front.
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Lesson theme: Calculating angles on a straight line. See http://www.lessonsinobservation.com/ for more details and to purchase. The full lesson is available on Lessons in Observation: Primary Vol IV. All of our DVDs include pause points with prompt questions written by inspectors trained in the latest Ofsted framework. Supporting materials are provided which include lesson plans, pupil work, teacher and pupil reflections and guidance for using as a CPD resource.
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