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by Phil Hailstone,Roy Watson-Davis


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The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged.

The book has been read, but is in excellent condition.

The Lesson Observation Pocketbook book. Roy Watson-Davis, Phil Hailstone (Illustrator)

The Lesson Observation Pocketbook book. Lesson Observation An illustrated pocketbook that takes. Roy Watson-Davis, Phil Hailstone (Illustrator). Lesson Observation An illustrated pocketbook that takes a practical approach to classroom observation for professional development purposes. It establishes the reasons for lesson observations, outlining the benefits, and defining protocols. It looks at different models of observation, starting with the observer as learner, also known as 'the worker bee model'.

Observation is the most powerful tool for becoming better at teaching. Sara Bubb, Institute of Education, University of London. If you want to shift your focus from using observations to gauge teacher performance towards using observation to improve student progress, then this is the book for you. The guidance offered is sharp, sensitive and whole-heartedly recommended! Paul Rowe, Deputy Headteacher, The Woodroffe School, Lyme Regis.

Cartoons: Phil Hailstone

Cartoons: Phil Hailstone. 3. Observation where the teacher being observed selects both the focus of the observation and the person best qualified to observe and support them. The observer acts as coach or expert adviser and the teacher being observed is the learner. Observations? Observers as learners Lesson observation has enormous potential when it is centred on teachers working together in a supportive environment to improve teaching and learning skills. It is a potent two- or three-way process that fosters creative professional development.

Roy Watson-Davis, author of this title and of the Creative Teaching and Form Tutor's Pocketbooks is an Advanced Skills Teacher with hundreds of observations and feedback sessions to his name. He trains teachers on effective observation and is experienced in developing whole school protocols and policy.

Lesson Observation Pocketbook. Part of the Teachers' Pocketbooks Series). Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9781906610005. Release Date:January 2009.

Cartoons: Phil Hailstone. Lesson observation has enormous potential when it is centred on teachers working together in a supportive environment to improve teaching and learning skills. By: Roy Watson-Davis. Observing colleagues teach and allowing them to observe us teach are among the most valuable and effective ways of improving our own practice. This is a practical book for all teachers. Publisher: Teachers' Pocketbooks. eText ISBN: 9781908284921, 1908284927. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Watson-Davis, Roy. Format: eBook. Subjects: Observation (Educational method).

Title: The Creative Teaching Pocketbook (Teachers Pocketbooks). Author Roy Watson-Davis has twelve years' teaching experience, the last three as an Advanced Skills Teacher. Publisher: Teachers Pocketbooks. Condition: Used; Good. He oversees initial teacher training, and NQT mentoring and is responsible for promoting accelerated learning. Recently he supported a school in special measures, offering in-class strategies across a range of subjects.

This extensively illustrated Pocketbook takes a practical approach to classroom observation for professional development purposes. It begins by establishing the reasons for lesson observations, outlining the benefits, and defining protocols. There is a chapter, with clear do's and dont's, on how to become an effective observer. This is followed by a look at different models of observation, starting with the observer as learner, also known as 'the worker bee model'. Then, via paired, peer and trio observations, there is a section on being observed as professional development. Here the observer takes the role of coach. The final model is the performance management/Ofsted model, with the observer as assessor or judge. A section on how to give supportive verbal and written feedback leads to a closing chapter on personalising classroom observation for individual departments or schools, touching briefly on pupil observation. Roy Watson-Davis, author of this title and of the Creative Teaching and Form Tutor's Pocketbooks is an Advanced Skills Teacher with hundreds of observations and feedback sessions to his name. He trains teachers on effective observation and is experienced in developing whole school protocols and policy.
The Lesson Observation Pocketbook (Teachers' Pocketbooks) download epub
Author: Phil Hailstone,Roy Watson-Davis
ISBN: 1906610002
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Teachers' Pocketbooks (April 30, 2009)
Pages: 128 pages