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Lesson observations in appraisal

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Last updated on 5 February 2018
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Are lesson observations a necessary part of appraisal? This article looks at regulations on teacher appraisal, and cites advice on this topic from our associate experts, One Education and ASCL. It also sets out union views on observations, and looks at doing no-notice observations.

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Contents

  1. 1 Requirements
  2. 2 Advice
  3. 3 Union views 
  4. 4 Observations for teachers without classes
  5. 5 No-notice observations
  6. 6 Lesson observations and appraisal during notice periods
  7. 7 'Drop-in' observations

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