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Lesson observations: do schools grade them for their records?

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Last updated on 22 April 2016
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Do schools internally grade lesson observations? This article includes a case study from a teaching school that does not grade lesson observations, and advice from one of our associate education experts for schools that do. We also link to school policies on lesson observation.

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Contents

  1. 1 Some schools choose to grade lesson observations internally
  2. 2 Case study from a teaching school that does not use grades
  3. 3 What to consider if grading a lesson: expert advice
  4. 4 Examples of schools using grades

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