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Recording 'drop in' lesson observations

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Last updated on 9 February 2016
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How should 'drop in' observations be recorded? One of our associate experts offers advice on how to record 'drop in' observations. The article also includes a KeyDoc 'drop in' template. We also link to a form for assessing other classroom activities, and examples of policies.

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  1. 1 Expert advice: recording information from 'drop in' observations
  2. 2 KeyDoc: ‘drop in’ lesson observation template
  3. 3 'Drop in' form for monitoring other classroom activities
  4. 4 Arrangements for recording ‘drop ins’ from schools
  5. 5 Model appraisal policies: ‘drop in’ observations

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