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Lesson observation proformas and guidance

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updated on 15 September 2016
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What evaluation criteria can we use in lesson observations? One of our associate education experts suggests questions to consider when observing lessons. This article also highlights proformas and prompt sheets from schools and local authorities, and links to related articles.

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Contents

  1. 1 Questions to consider during lesson observations
  2. 2 Lesson observation proformas: examples from schools
  3. 3 Lesson observation resources from local authorities
  4. 4 Using Ofsted criteria to conduct lesson observations

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