Tier 1 Classroom Observation

Tier 1 Classroom Observation

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  • Tier 1 Classroom Observation

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  • I.Effective Classroom Management

    Observation Interval for Each Minute
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    1. Use of smooth transitions: providing transition activities for students
    2. Rules are communicated in the classroom
    3. Procedures are communicated in the classroom
    4. Use of active supervision component: scanning to monitor student behavior
    5. Use of active supervision component: moving around the room to monitor student behavior
    6. Use of active supervision component: interacting to monitor student behavior
    7. Consequences for positive behavior
    8. Consequences for negative behavior
  • Total:   0 80  
  • II. Effective Classroom Instruction

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    1. Students are actively engaged in material (writing, answering questions, discussion)
    2.Content is at instructional level (i.e., tiered assignments or choice boards)
    3. Students answer questions correctly
    4. Students ask questions
    5. Teacher communicates the expectations of the lesson
    6. Teacher questioning measures students' understanding of the prerequisite concepts
    7.Teacher questioning measures students' understanding of new concepts
    8. Teacher encourages students to think critically concerning previous concepts
    9. Teacher encourages students to think critically concerning enw concepts
    10. Teacher reviews prerequisite knowledge needed for the lesson
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  • III. Differentiated Instruction

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    1. Teacher uses activities to support instruction (i.e., advanced organizer, intro to lesson, or closure)
    2. Teacher aligns tasks to learning goals
    3. Teacher engagement with students varies as the needs of the students differ
    4.Teacher provides guided practice in learning new concepts
    5. Teacher provides modeling for learning new concepts
    6. Teacher uses concepts to support instruction (i.e., broad based ideas or principles)
    7. Teacher uses content to support instruction (i.e., incremental steps to an objective)
    8. Teacher groups students to work on instructional component
    9. Teacher provides prompt feedback to students concerning performance (i.e., positive corrective feedback)
    10. Teacher assists students in preparation for assignments, long-range projects, and tests
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