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Joint lesson observations

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Last updated on 13 January 2017
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Can a teacher be jointly observed? We relay advice from ASCL, Edapt and one of our associate education experts on whether schools should carry out joint observations. We also look at whether a teacher can refuse to be jointly observed.

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Contents

  1. 1 Advice on observations with two observers
  2. 2 Can a teacher refuse to be jointly observed?
  3. 3 School policies covering joint observations

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