Title EVALUATE THE RELATION BETWEEN TEACHING AND LEARNING BY PROMOTING AND WORKING ON THE UNITY OF THE SYSTEM.
Project Number LLP-LDV-TOI-2012-1-IT1-LEO05-02845
Product Classroom Observation bay student
Title Classroom Observation bay student
Product Type teaching material
Marketing Text Classroom Observation bay student
Description Classroom Observation bay student
Target group students
Date Class Compiler F M Year of birth Teacher/Trainer F M
Subject/ Activity Place: classroom, conference room, laboratory, outside space,………………………………………………..
Item Yes No Notes
1 The Teacher/Trainer explains how she/he wants to run the lesson
2 The Teacher/Trainer clarifies her/his objectives.
3 The classroom is organized in various ways (small group work, individual work, work between groups…)
4 The Teacher/Trainer begins the lesson by revising previous topics
5 The Teacher/Trainer asks questions to motivate the students.
6 The Teacher/Trainer starts with a theoretical topic
7 The Teacher/trainer explains clearly and fully
8 The Teacher/Trainer keeps the students’ attention high
9 The Teacher/Trainer encourages his/her students’ participation and monitors their relevance
10 The Teacher/Trainer loses patience and raises her/his voice with a student
11 The Teacher/Trainer is helpful and friendly
12 The Teacher/Trainer helps who needs support
13 The Teacher/Trainer gets close to the students while teaching
14 The Teacher/Trainer seems insecure about the lesson plan (e.g: question the students or teach a lesson, what to do with the class, carry out an experiment in the lab…)
15 The Teacher/Trainer has full control of the class
16 The Teacher/Trainer often asks the students to be quiet
17 The Teacher/Trainer fixes firm classroom rules
18 The Teacher/Trainer uses real everyday life examples to better explain the topics
19 The Teacher/Trainer uses iconic material (conceptual maps, charts, draws, signs…)
20 The Teacher/Trainer uses materials and various teaching aids, such as slides, audiovisuals, boards and interactive multimedia boards, text books, internet, booklets…… (list them):
21 The students are interested in the lesson and take
part in it
22 The students listen to their schoolmates’ contributions carefully
23 The students do not respect the contribution order
24 All the students take part in the group work, if
scheduled, and cooperate with each other
25 During group work, every student is allowed to follow his/her own speed
6 The studens can work individually
27 If the teacher/trainer questions a student, the others listen carefully and participate
28 The students get distracted (they use their mobile phone, chat…)
29 The students interrupt the lesson with irrelevant questions.
30 The students repeatedly ask for more explanations.
31 The students suggest their own topics of interest
32 There are idle times during the lesson
33 The lesson ends with a short summary
34 During the lesson, the teacher/trainer has assigned homework for the next lesson
Area of application