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Observation Score Collection Sheet for REIL Learning Observation Instrument Version 2.

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District Name: Tolleson School Name: Desert Oasis Evaluator Type: Peer Evaluator

Teacher Stakeholder ID #
Evaluator Stakeholder ID It

Teacher First Name:


Ashley

Teacher Last Name:


Vanegas

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Evaluator First Name:


Charles

Evaluator Last Name:


Scholer

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Assignment: Pre-Conference Date:

9_10_12

Grade Observed: 5 Observation Date: 9_14_12

Subject Observed: Writing

Post-Conference Date:

9_17_12

Observation #
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Teacher Type:
Non-Continuing

Not counting the current school year, how many TOTAL years of teaching experience does this teacher have? Include years outside of this school district. Years: 3-10

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Pre Teacher Role Instructional Approach Practice / Aligned Activity Feedback Monitor and Adjust Analysis of Instruction Learner Engagement

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Learner Engagement Comments (Optional)

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Student-to-Student Interaction Teacher-to-Student Interaction Authentic Engagement Critical Thinking Learning Community Pre Routines and Procedures Responsibility for Learning Monitoring and Responding to Student Behavior Relationships
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Reinforcement Rubric:
Instructional Strategies

Element:
Monitor and Adjust

... .. . .... ... We discussed monitor and adjust as being an element that allows Ashley to check for understanding of her students and also have students evaluate themselves.

Refinement
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Rubric: Learner Engagement

Element: !Student to Student Interaction

We discussed focusing on student-to-student conversation starters in her writing block to help facilitate discussions.

Evaluator Signature Teacher Signature

Date Date

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Observation Score Collection Sheet for REIL Learning Observation Instrument Version 2.5
District Name: Tolleson Elementary School District Teacher Stakeholder ID # Evaluator Stakeholder ID # Assignment: Teacher Pre - Conference Date: 11/7/12 School Name: Desert Oasis
Teacher First Name:
Ashley

Evaluator Type: Assistant Principal Teacher Last Name:


Vanegas

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Evaluator First Name:


Krystal

Evaluator Last Name:


Boll

Grade Observed: 5
Observation Date:
11/8/12

Subject Observed: Reading

Post-Conference Date:

11/13/12

Observation #
Cycle 2

Teacher Type:
Continuing

Not counting the current school year, how many TOTAL years of teaching experience does this teacher have? Include years outside of this school district. Years: 3-10

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Teacher guided students to create their own product using a color swatch they selected. She provided many effective representations of each step of the process to ensure students understood the the process as well as the importance.

Real-Time Assessment Student Progress Correct Level of Difficulty Instructional Strategies

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The modeling that students witnessed was effective, precise, timely, clear, and used academic vocabulary effectively throughout the entire lesson.

Teacher Role Instructional Approach Practice / Aligned Activity Feedback Monitor and Adjust Analysis of Instruction

Learner Engagement comments (optional)

Learner Engagement
Obs Student-to-Student Interaction Teacher-to-Student Interaction Authentic Engagement Critical Thinking Post

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community comments (optionati*N

Rubric:
Instructional Strategies

Reinforcement Element:
Teacher Role

Obs Routines and Procedures Responsibility for Learning Monitoring and Responding to Student Behavior Relationships

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Teacher role was varied throughout the entire lesson with the entire class as well as individual students.. Teacher led discussions and facilitation of student learning happened at many different points. Teacher effectively would guide using probing questions, students felt safe asking teacher for help (use of clothespins), teacher explicitly modeled without student input and then through questioning received information from students on stated objective. 1,11

Rubric:
Learner Engagement

Refinement Element:
Student to Student Interaction

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There were many opportunities for student to student interaction and students were very focused when interacting. If students had to justify their answer and build on each others ideas they would work towards extending their learning as well as their partners.

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District Name: Tolleson Elementary School District

Observation Score Collection Sheet for REIL Learning Observation Instrument Version 2.5 Evaluator Type: Principal School Name: Desert Oasis Elementary
Teacher First Name:
Ashley

Teacher Stakeholder ID # Evaluator Stakeholder ID # Assignment: Fifth Grade Pre-Conference Date: 12-6-12

Teacher Last Name:


Vanegas

M.I. M. I.

Evaluator First Name:


Claudia

Evaluator Last Name:


Espinoza

Grade Observed: Choose an item. Observation Date: 12-10-12

Subject Observed: Choose an item. Post-Conference Date: 12_17_12

Observation
Cycle 3

Teacher Type:
Continuing

Not counting the current seltsol year, how many TOTAL years of teaching experience does this teacher have? Include years outside of this school district. Years: 3-10

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Instructional Strategies Comments (Optional)

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Post Learner Engagement Comments (Optional)

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Student-to-Student Interaction Teacher-to-Student Interaction Authentic Engagement Critical Thinking

Reinforcement Rubric:
Content

Element:
Conceptual Understanding

Pre Routines and Procedures Responsibility for Learning Monitoring and Responding to Student Behavior Relationships

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Students piggyback and elaborate on each others' statements.

Rubric:
Content

Refinement Element:
Connections to Content

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Discussed how to move students to apply learned skill to interdisciplinary content knowledge to a real world question, problem, issue or event.

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An employee signature on this document indicates that he/she has received the information and has had an opportunity to discuss with the supervisor.

Observation Score Collection Sheet for REIL Learning Observation Instrument Version 2.5
District Name: Tolleson

Teacher Stakeholder ID #
Evaluator Stakeholder ID # Assignment:

School Name: Desert Oasis Teacher First Name:


Ashley

Evaluator Type: Peer Evaluator Teacher Last Name:


Vanegas

M.I. M. I.

Evaluator First Name:


Charles

Evaluator Last Name:


Scholer

Grade Observed:
3 13

Pre-Conference Date:

Observation Date: 3_643

Subject Observed: Mathematics Post-Conference Date: 3_1443

Observation #
Cycle 4

Teacher Type:
Non-Continuing

Not counting the current school year, how many TOTAL years of teaching experience does this teacher have? Include years outside of this school district. Years: 3-10

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Instructional Strategies Comments (Optional)

Instructional Strategies Obs Teacher Role Instructional Approach Practice / Aligned Activity Feedback Monitor and Adjust Analysis of Instruction Learner Engagement
Learning Community Comments (Optional)

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Learner Engagement Comments (Optional)

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Student-to-Student Interaction Teacher-to-Student Interaction Authentic Engagement Critical Thinking Learning Community Rubric: Instructional Strategies Reinforcement Element: Critical Thinking

Routines and Procedures Responsibility for Learning Monitoring and Responding to Student Behavior Relationships

Ashley allowed her students to construct knowledge by giving them a problem and structured the problem to allow them to arrive at the multiplication principal of counting.

Rubric: Instructional Strategies

Refinement T Element: Teacher to Student Interaction

We talked about finding different ways to call on non-volunteers. Ashley mentioned using specific strategies to call on random students like flipping cards.

Evaluator Signature Teacher Signature

Date Date

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