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Informal Sample Teacher Observation Forms

Standards for Effective Teaching: Informal Observation Tool for School Librarians 1 February 15, 2012 Teacher Name:

Performance Standard 1: Professional Knowledge The teacher demonstrates an understanding of the curriculum, subject content, and the developmental needs of students by providing relevant learning experiences.Sample Performance Indicators

Demonstrates accurate knowledge of the subject matter Demonstrates skills relevant to the subject area(s) taught. Effectively addresses appropriate curriculum standards. Integrates key content elements and Demonstrates ability to connect

content with real-world experiences and applications.

Bases instruction on goals that reflect high expectations and understanding of the subject.

Demonstrates knowledge and understanding Understands how family, and community values, language, and culture influence learning.Additional sample indicators for Librarians

Designs learning tasks that incorporate the Inquiry Process, such as helping learners develop questions, collect information, evaluate resources, organize and synthesize ideas from multiple sourcesInstructs on search strategies in various formats (e.g., print, non-print, electronic) Recommends formats most appropriate to the learning task (e.g., print, non-print, electronic) Instructs on legal, ethical, and social responsibilities in the Inquiry Process Teaches students to

research, use text, music, images, and the Internet with minimal plagiarism.Students cite sources using appropriate formats.Uses read-aloud, booktalks, displays, exposure to authors, and other means to motivate learners to read widelyModels, integrates, and /or applies appropriate reading strategies in

lessons, units of instruction, and/or

informal coaching sessions Sample Prompts:

How did you determine what knowledge and skills would be addressed in this lesson?

How did you facilhigher level thinking skills in this lesson?

How did you make the content of this lesson relevant for students?

How did your knowledge of your students influence your instruction in this lesson? Observations/ Evidence:

Performance Standard 2: Instructional Planning ata to meet the needs of all students.

Sample Performance Indicators

Uses student learning data to guide planning.

Develops plans that are clear, logical, sequential, and integrated across the curriculum. Demonstrates the ability to select and refine existing materials and to create new materials when necessary that are challenging, engaging, and reflect the cultural diversity of the school, community, nation, and world.

Plans time realistically for pacing, content mastery, and transitions. Plans for differentiated instruction to meet the needs of all students. Plans relevant lessons that reflect high expectations. Develops appropriate long- and short-range plans and adapts plans as needed.

Additional Sample Indicators for Librarians

Plans learning activities that involve application, analysis, evaluation, and creativityCollaborates with

classroom teachers and/or specialists to design, implement,

and evaluate inquiry lessons and unitsCollaborates with teachers and other specialists to integrate reading strategies into lessons and units of instructionCollaborates with classroom teachers to embed skills associated with multiple literacies (e.g., text, video, music, images, Internet) into lessons and curricular units Sample Prompts:

What role did your knowledge of your students and student data play in planning this lesson?

How does this lesson fit in the sequence of the curriculum?

How did you choose materials for this lesson?

What role did your expectations for students play in planning this lesson?

Additional Sample Prompts for librarian:

To what extent did you and the classroom teacher collaborate to plan this lesson?

What kinds of student data did the classroom teacher make available to you to help you set learning goals for the students? Observations/ Evidence:
Standards for Effective Teaching: Informal Observation Tool for School Librarians 2 February 15, 2012 Performance Standard 3: Instructional Delivery

The teacher effectively engages students in learning by using a variety of instructional strategies in order to meet individual learning needs.Sample Performance Indicators

Provides learning experiences that engage, challenge, motivate, and actively involve students.

attention.

Delivers instruction in a culturally, linguistically, and gender-respectful manner. Makeexisting knowledge, skills, and strengths.



Uses instructional technology, materials, and resources to enhance student learning
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. Provides students the opportunity to explore concepts in varying degrees of depth, breadth, and complexity.

Engages students in individual work, cooperative learning, and whole group activities as appropriate.

Sample Prompts:

How did the learning experiences in this lesson engage students?

How did the learning experiences in this lesson reflect your knowledge of your students?

How did the materials used in this lesson enhance student learning?

How did the structures in this lesson (individual work, cooperative learning, whole group, etc.) support student learning? Observations/ Evidence:
Performance Standard 4: Assessment for/of Learning The teacher systematically gathers, analyzes, and uses all relevant data to measure student academic progress, guide instruction and delivery methods, and provide timely feedback to students and parents throughout the school year.Sample Performance Indicators

Uses pre-assessment data to develop expectations for students, differentiate instruction, and document learning.

Develops tools and guidelines that help students set learning goals and assess, monitor, and reflect on their own work.

Provides timely and specific feedback to students on their learning.

Reteaches material and/or accelerates instruction based on assessments.

Additional sample indicator for Librarians

In collaboration with classroom teacher, creates rubrics for student work that integrate information literacy skills in curriculum areas Uses a variety of formative and summative assessments (including rubrics, checklists, portfolios, journals, observation, conferencing, self-questioning) that are valid and appropriate for the content and students.

Sample Prompts:

How did pre-assessment data help you develop expectations and differentiate instruction for students in this lesson?

How did formative or summative assessment in this lesson help you evaluate next steps for student learning?

How will you provide feedback to students on their performance during this lesson? Observations/ Evidence:
Performance Standard 5: Learning Environment The teacher uses resources, routines, and procedures to provide a respectful, positive, safe, student-centered environment that is conducive to learning.Sample Performance Indicators

Establishes and maintains relationships with students to promote rapport and engagement. Establishes a climate of trust and teamwork by being consistent, fair, caring, and attentive.

Models courtesy, active listening, and enthusiasm for learning.

Fosters an appreciation of diversity, including language, culture, race, gender, and special needs. Provides opportunities for students to develop self-direction, self-discipline, and conflict resolution skills.

Additional sample indicators for librarians

Creates a friendly, comfortable, aesthetically pleasing space that enhances and encourages technology use, leisure reading and browsing, and the use of materials Sample Prompts:

How did your relationships with students promote engagement in this lesson?

How did you use the physical setting to promote learning in this lesson?

How did you model and encourage qualities of a respectful, positive, and safe environment for students during this lesson?

How did you provide students with opportunities for self-direction, self-discipline, and/or conflict resolution in
Standards for Effective Teaching: Informal Observation Tool for School Librarians 3 February 15, 2012 in all formats Uses shelving and storage of resources to facilitate independent use Maintains a library website that provides 24-7 access to digital information resources and instructional support.

Fosters an environment where independent reading is valued, promoted, and encouraged Regularly seeks input from students and staff (through surveys, suggestion boxes, etc.)

to determine reading interests and motivations Promotes alternative reading options through reading lists, bibliographies, and webliographies that include periodicals, bestseller lists, graphic novels, books, and websites in multiple languages

Collaborates with the teaching staff to develop and promote an up-to-date collection of print and digital resources in multiple genres that appeals to differences in age, gender, ethnicity, reading abilities, and information needs Acquires, manages, and provides access to current and relevant collection

Encourages students to actively seek multiple perspectives and to work collaboratively with other students.Advocates for and protects intellectual access to information and ideas Reviews challenged

this lesson?

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