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- Can teachers object to being observed by certain people?
- Conducting lesson observations using Ofsted criteria
- Duration of lesson observations
- How often should teaching and learning be observed?
- Informal lesson observation by peers
- Informal lesson observation: good practice
- Learning walks: guidance and protocol
- Learning walks: prompt sheets and questionnaires
- Lesson observation feedback
- Lesson observation form based on the September 2012 Ofsted framework
- Lesson observation form: assessing how teachers use questions
- Lesson observation forms based on the new teachers’ standards
- Lesson observation forms using Ofsted criteria and the teachers’ standards
- Lesson observation framework
- Lesson observation protocols: agreement with staff
- Lesson observations by governors
- Lesson observations in performance management
- Lesson observations: a headteacher’s professional right
- Lesson observations: informing teachers in advance
- Lesson observations: record of teaching observation progress
- Lesson observations: specialist staff who do not have QTS
- Lesson plan proformas for lesson observations
- Lessons graded by Ofsted: video examples and guidance
- Monitoring collaboration between teachers and teaching assistants
- Observation of EYFS classroom assistants
- Observation of EYFS teachers
- Recording ‘drop in’ lesson observations
- Teacher triads: structures and examples
- Teaching assistant: lesson observation proformas
- Videos of maths and literacy lessons with Ofsted judgments (primary)
- Organising performance management
- Senior leadership performance management
- Support staff performance management
- Teaching staff performance management
- Underperformance and capability
Teaching assistant: lesson observation proformas
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