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Informal lesson observation by peers
How can peer observation be used to support CPD? This article relays guidance from the NUT on the potential benefits of peer observation for teaching staff, and looks at 7 principles it sets out. We also point to videos and case studies of peer observation practice in schools.
- Case studies
- Protocols: example
- Providing feedback
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