Classroom observations should be a collaborative process, teacher says

03/5/2010 | Teacher Leaders Network

A New York middle-school teacher says educators at her school have found a way to avoid some of the complications that can prevent useful teacher observations in classrooms. Ariel Sacks writes in this blog post that her school's English teachers have agreed to observe each other by invitation only -- giving teachers time to prepare and select a lesson they want feedback on.

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