Evidence based & reflective observations

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Chris Moyse

As I have written in previous posts (here and here) we haven’t judged lesson at Bridgwater College Academy for 5 years. When we do observe a lesson there is always a focus for the observation and this is generally the individual teacher’s negotiated ‘Personal Development Plan’ focus, which I have written previously about here.

Lesson notes are recorded on a blank piece of paper; no tick boxes, no grade boxes, no WWW and EBI. Our blank piece of paper model assumes several things:

  1. There is no preferred methodology in teaching and the observer is not looking for a specific lesson structure.
  2. The observer goes in with an open mind. The observer goes in with no agenda other than to support and develop that teacher.
  3. The agenda for the observation is provided by the teacher and the observer simply records some evidence of this focus to share with the…

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