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Lesson observations in appraisal

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Last updated on 20 January 2017
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Are lesson observations a necessary part of appraisal? Regulations on teacher appraisal include no specific rules on using lesson observations. This article cites advice from one of our associate experts, One Education and unions. It also summarises unions' advice on no-notice observations.

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Contents

  1. 1 No requirement to observe lessons for appraisal
  2. 2 Using lesson observations for appraisal
  3. 3 Union views on lesson observations in appraisal
  4. 4 Union views on no-notice observations
  5. 5 'Drop-in' lesson observations

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