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UCLA Center X Teacher Education Program

MS/SS Observation Form


Novice/Apprentice/Resident Teacher Date

Observer School/Class

TPE 1: Pedagogical Skills Observer Commentary
Elementary Core Practices
Opening move
Questioning and responding
Secondary Core Practices
Engaging students in rigorous content
High Level Tasks, Concept Maps
Engaging students in discourse
Learning Cycle ?s, Think-Pair-Share
Providing Equitable Access to Content
Form. Assessment, Word Bank/Wall
Developing a positive classroom ecology
Opening/Closing Rout, Comm Circle

TPE 2: Monitoring Student Learning
Checking for understanding
Asking & answering relevant questions
Other
TPE 3: Use of Assessments
Use of criteria/rubric
Taking formal assessment
Completing projects
Student presentations
Other
TPE 4: Making Content Accessible
Accessing prior knowledge
Referencing lived experiences
Scaffolding
Other
TPE 5: Student Engagement
Student participation
Culturally relevant materials
Other
TPE 6: Developmentally Appropriate
Differentiation
Use of media & technology
Other
TPE 7: Teaching English Learners
SDAIE methodology
Academic vocabulary
Other
TPE 8: Learning About Students
Community building activities
Other
TPE 9: Instructional Planning
Lesson plans
Agenda communicated to students
Other
TPE 10: Instructional Time
Starting and ending class
Transitions
Other
TPE 11: Social Environment
Inviting and clean; safe
Student work displayed
Caring environment
Other
TPE 12: Professional, Legal, & Ethical
Classroom management
Teacher speech: clear, pace, warm, tone

TPE 13: Professional Growth
TEP portfolio
Daily reflections

Observation Focus:



Lauren Daus and Jose Ortiz April 3, 2014

Darlene Lee UCLACS/Merino


Observations/Commentary/Scripting

Social Contract
Community Building

Co-Planning and co-teaching

Lauren and Jose are excited to be working with Ms. Merino and have
noticed a lot of positive elements of classroom community and
classroom management from observing her already. Ms. Merino has
shared some resources with Jose and Lauren around creating a social
contract and building community within the classroom. They are
excited to be co-planning with her and with one another. They will be
lesson planning for Westward Expansion and Industrial Revolution.




















































Observations/Commentary/Scripting

Debrief:
Questions/Suggestions