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Examples of good/bad lesson observations

Discussion in 'Assessment' started by sideshow_ben, Jan 11, 2011.

  1. Hi,

    I am trying to set up training in school for people wanting to be mentors to trainee teachers. I wanted to give them an example of a bad lesson observation write up and a good example so they can see how not to write up a lesson and give feedback.

    In particular I'm looking for an example of how not to do it. Does anyone have anything a long these lines without me having to make one up?

  2. Surely the university that these trainee teachers come from should be providing the training? Both the other mentor in school and I were both required to attend a day's training in order to become a mentor. They gave us very specific guidelines on how to observe and write up lessons and practical sessions where we evaluated observations and wrote up our own. I would contact them.


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