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LYNCHBURG COLLEGE

Student Teaching Cooperating Teacher Lesson Observation Report


Spring, 2017
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Students Name: Gabriella Soares School: TC Miller


Elementary
Grade: 3 Subject: Math/SPED

Time/Date: 1/30/2017 Observer: Kelley D. Jacobs,


M.Ed

Performance Rating Scale:


5 - Exemplary: Consistently exceeds expectations at an exceptional level for a student teacher on
all indicators.
4 - Highly Proficient: Meets and frequently exceeds expectations for a student teacher on most
indicators.
3 - Proficient: Meets expectations at an acceptable level for a student teacher on most indicators.
2 - Developing: Does not consistently meet expectations at an acceptable level for a student
teacher on several indicators.
1 - Unacceptable: Does not meet expectations for a student teacher on most or all indicators.
1. PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE Rating: 3
Facilitates students use of higher Feedback and recommendations:
level thinking Could have reviewed the probability concepts again
Links present content with past and wth students
future learning experiences, other
subject areas, and the real world
Demonstrates accurate content
knowledge
Bases instruction on goals that reflect
high expectations and an
understanding of the subject
Shows and understanding of the
various developmental characteristics
of the students

2. INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING Rating: 3

Addresses appropriate curriculum Feedback and recommendations:


standards Cooperating Teacher planned with Student Teacher.
Uses student learning data to guide Reviewed using data and pacing guide. Instruction
planning was differentiated through the groups. Just be sure to
Manages time for pacing, content use the essential knowledge part of the SOL as your
mastery, and transitions guide as you continue.
Write specific, measurable learning
objectives based on schools
curriculum and student learning needs
Plans for differentiated instruction

3. INSTRUCTIONAL DELIVERY Rating: 4

Engages and maintains students in Feedback and recommendations:


active learning Be a little firmer when redirecting students regarding
behavior.
Builds upon students existing
knowledge and skills
Verbally states and reinforces learning
objectives consistently throughout the
lesson
Uses a variety of instructional
strategies and resources
Uses instructional technology to
enhance learning
Displays effective questioning to
encourage higher levels of thinking
Communicates clearly and checks for
understanding
Differentiates instruction to meet
students needs
Assesses student learning relative to
lesson objectives
Provides clear closure to the lesson

5. LEARNING ENVIRONMENT Rating: 3

Arranges the classroom to maximize Feedback and recommendations:


learning/safety Continue to learn and build relationships.
Establishes clear behavioral
expectations and consequences and
enforces them consistently and fairly
Establishes routines and procedures to
maximize instructional time and
minimize disruptions
Promotes a climate of trust and
teamwork by being fair, caring,
respectful and enthusiastic
Models a respect for cultural
differences and student diversity by
displaying sensitivity and acceptance
Actively listens to students
Positively reinforces appropriate
student behaviors

Note 2-3 specific recommendations for growth that will be evaluated during future observations:
Gabby will make growth in her behavior management techniques, becoming firmer and more consistent
with need be.

Gabby will make sure that lessons are SOL correlated with attention to essential knowledge. She will also
continue to differentiate based on student needs (particularly in fluid grouping in 3rd Math)

Cooperating Teachers Digital Signature: Kelley Jacobs


Student Teachers Digital Signature:
(Student Teacher: By typing my name above I verify that I have received and read this
report.)