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Lander University Professional Standards Evaluation Clinical Practice Lesson Observation Form

Midterm Evaluation: Final Evaluation:

Teacher Candidate:Gabrielle Gregorie Date of Observation 3/31/2014 L# 00089529 Grade Level:K Observation 2of 4 School: Mathews Exceeds Target: 3 At Target: 2 Developing: 1 Not Met: 0

Planning
LO 2, APS 2.A The teacher candidate develops unit objectives that facilitate student achievement of appropriate academic standards and long-range learning and developmental goals. LO 1, 2 APS 2.B The teacher candidate develops instructional plans that include content, strategies, materials, and resources that are appropriate for the particular students. LO 2, 4 APS 2.C The teacher candidate plans for adjustments in lessons based on previous lessons. LO 1, 2 APS 3.A The teacher candidate assessments are aligned with the instructional objectives and the related activities. ET AT D NM Planning Comments: Based on Classroom Teacher's LRP and Common Core Math Standards Appropriate objective with appropriate strategies for first grade students

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Materials: enveilope with student materials of fact family problems Kite material deck of cards art supplies

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Instruction
LO 1, 2 APS 4.A The teacher candidate establishes, communicates, and maintains high expectations for each students achievement. LO 2, APS 4.B The teacher candidate establishes, communicates, and maintains high expectations for each students participation. LO 2, APS 4.C The teacher candidate uses language, oral guidance, and activity planning to help each student take ownership of learning and behavior LO 1, 2 APS 5.A The teacher candidate uses teaching strategies appropriate for the specific content and for each student. LO 2, APS 5.B The teacher candidate uses a variety of teaching strategies to convey information and engage each student. LO 2, APS 5.C The teacher candidate makes the lesson meaningful for the students and provides opportunities for all students to be engaged. LO 1, APS 6.A The teacher candidate provides accurate and current content and corrects errors when they occur.. LO 1, APS 6.B The teacher candidate provides developmentally appropriate content that supports standards and learning. LO 1, 2 APS 6.C The teacher candidate logically sequences content, makes the content relevant and meaningful, and promotes higher level cognitive processing. LO 2, APS 7.A The teacher candidate uses formative and appropriate summative assessments for each student LO 2, APS 7.B The teacher candidate adjusts lessons based on information gained during the lesson from formative assessments/monitoring. LO 2, APS 7.C The teacher candidate enhances student learning by providing appropriate instructional feedback to all students. ET AT D NM Instruction Comments: Reviews past learning - Fact Families Student gives example "How did you know that?" Uses smart board to review examples. ET AT D NM Students engaged in the lesson review. "Remember when we subtract. We always start with the largest number." ET AT D NM Bear family - to show previous learning of fact families. Plays Fact Family Game ET AT D NM "Use your fingers to see if 9-7=3" Walks around monitoring. ET AT D NM Checks comprehension. "Thumbs up if.." ET ET AT AT D D NM NM (Make sure you think through your lesson to ensure you teach to your objective and that you sequence activities to ensure student success. Assessments include: checklist anecdotal notes student work sample "Think in your head.." ET ET AT AT D D NM NM "Show how you got that." "Raise your hand and share your fact family." "What double makes "8"?" Rewords - restates to help students be successful.

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Environment
LO 2, APS 8.A The teacher candidate maintains the physical environment of his or her classroom as a safe place that is conducive to learning. LO 2, APS 8.B The teacher candidate maintains a positive affective climate in his or her classroom. LO 2, APS 8.C The teacher candidate maintains a culture of learning in his or her classroom. LO 2, APS 9.A The teacher candidate a. communicates appropriate behavior rules and consequences, b. monitors behavior in the classroom, c. uses preventative behavioral techniques, and d. handles behavioral issues in a timely manner.. LO 2, APS 9.B The teacher keeps each student engaged in meaningful learning and promotes smooth flow within activities. LO 2, APS 9.C The teacher candidate manages a smooth and orderly flow of non-instructional routines in an efficient manner. Total Environment Score: 3 ET AT D NM Reminds students to come quietly to carpet. Directs students who are playing with toys, coats, to put them in book bags. Compliments proper behavior. ET AT D NM "Please come in quietly and do not disturb our lesson." "You are right." ET AT D NM "Raise your hand." Stops lesson and waits till all are queit. Calls students by row to get materials from their desks and then come back to carpet. Removed child who constantly misbehaved and disrupted the class.

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Professionalism
LO 3, APS 10.A The teacher candidate works to meet all appropriate student needs. LO 3, APS 10.C The teacher candidate uses correct oral (during the observed lesson) and written language (lesson plans, writing for instruction, etc.). LO 3, 4 APS 10.D The teacher candidate exhibits professional demeanor (appropriate dress, time management, etc). Total Professionalism Score: 3 ET ET AT AT D D NM NM Working at meeting all needs of students. Positive, gaining in confidence, prepared

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Signatures of file with university supervisor. 3/13/2014

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