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Q1: School
PACE Academy
Q2: Date of observation (i.e., 10-25-2013)
12-04-2013
Q3: Subject taught
Spanish
Q4: Grade(s)
1
Q5: Teacher's last name
Black
Q6: Teacher's first name
Wanda
Q7: Actual Number of Students in Classroom on Date of Observation
12
Q8: Observer ID number
06
Q9: Observation start time (i.e. 09:00 a.m.)
8:10
Q10: Observation completion time (i.e., 09:30 a.m.)
8:45
Q11: Teacher presented artifacts?
No
Q12: Other observational comments
Respondent skipped this question
Q13: Domain 2a Level 4 Distinguished Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q14: Domain 2a Level 3 Proficient Attributes
Talk between teacher and students and among students is
unif ormly respectf ul.
,
Teacher responds to disrespectf ul behavior among students.
,
Teacher makes superf icial connections with individual
students.
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Q15: Domain 2a Level 2 Basic Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q16: Domain 2a Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q17: Score for Domain 2a: Creating an environment of
respect and rapport
Prof icient (Level 3)
Q18: Domain 2b Level 4 Distinguished Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q19: Domain 2b Level 3 Proficent Attributes
The teacher communicates the importance of learning and the
assurance that with hard work all students can be
successf ul in it.
,
The teacher demonstrates a high regard f or student abilities.,
Teacher conveys an expectation of high levels of student
ef f ort.
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Students expend good ef f ort to complete work of high
quality.
Q20: Domain 2b Level 2 Basic Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q21: Domain 2b Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q22: Score for Domain 2b: Establishing a culture for learning
Prof icient (Level 3)
Q23: Domain 2c Level 4 Distinguished Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q24: Domain 2c Level 3 Proficient Attributes
The students are productively engaged during small group
work.
,
Transitions between large- and small-group activities are
smooth.
,
Routines f or distribution and collection of materials and
supplies work ef f iciently.
,
Classroom routines f unction smoothly.
Q25: Domain 2c Level 2 Basic Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q26: Domain 2c Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
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PAGE 5: Score for Domain 2b: Establishing a culture for learning
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Q27: Score for Domain 2c: Managing Classroom Procedures
Prof icient (Level 3)
Q28: Domain 2d Level 4 Distinguished Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q29: Domain 2d Level 3 Proficient Attributes
Standards of conduct appear to have been established.,
Student behavior is generally appropriate.,
The teacher f requently monitors student behavior.,
Teacher's response to student misbehavior is ef f ective.,
Teacher acknowledges good behavior.
Q30: Domain 2d Level 2 Basic Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q31: Domain 2d Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q32: Score for Domain 2d: Managing Student Behavior
Prof icient (Level 3)
Q33: Domain 2e Level 4 Distinguished Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q34: Domain 2e Level 3 Proficient Attributes
The classroom is saf e, and all students are able to see and
hear.
,
The classroom is arranged to support the instructional goals
and learning activities.
,
The teacher makes appropriate use of available technology.
Q35: Domain 2e Level 2 Basic Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q36: Domain 2e Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q37: Score for Domain 2e: Organizing Physical Space
Prof icient (Level 3)
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PAGE 8: Domain 2d: Attributes - Managing Student Behavior
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PAGE 10: Domain 2e: Attributes - Organizing physical space
PAGE 11: Score for 2e: Organizing physical space
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Q38: Domain 3a Level 4 Distinguished Attributes
Teacher explains content clearly and imaginatively, using
metaphors analogies to bring content to lif e.
,
All students seem to understand the presentation.,
The teacher invites students to explain the content to the
class or to classmates.
,
Teacher uses right language, of f ering brief vocabulary
lessons where appropriate.
Q39: Domain 3a Level 3 Proficient Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q40: Domain 3a Level 2 Basic Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q41: Domain 3a Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q42: Score for Domain 3a: Communication with Students
Distinguished (Level 4)
Q43: Domain 3b Level 4 Distinguished Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q44: Domain 3b Level 3 Proficient Attributes
Teacher uses open-ended questions, inviting students to
think and/or of f er multiple possible answers.
,
The teacher makes ef f ective use of wait time.,
The teacher ef f ectively builds on student responses to
questions.
,
The teacher calls on most students, even those who don't
initially volunteer.
,
Many students actively engage in the discussion.
Q45: Domain 3b Level 2 Basic Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q46: Domain 3b Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q47: Score for Domain 3b: Using Questioning and Discussion
Techniques
Prof icient (Level 3)
Q48: Domain 3c Level 4 Distinguished Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
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Q49: Domain 3c Level 3 Proficient Attributes
Most students are intellectually engaged in the lesson.,
Learning tasks have multiple correct responses or
approaches and/or demand higher-order thinking.
,
There is a mix of dif f erent types of groupings, suitable to the
lesson objectives.
,
Materials and resources support the learning goals and
require intellectual engagement, as appropriate.
,
The pacing of the lesson provides students the time needed
to be intellectually engaged.
Q50: Domain 3c Level 2 Basic Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q51: Domain 3c Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q52: Score for Domain 3c: Engaging Students in Learning
Prof icient (Level 3)
Q53: Domain 3d Level 4 Distinguished Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q54: Domain 3d Level 3 Proficient Attributes
Students indicate that they clearly understand the
characteristics of high-quality work.
,
The teacher elicits evidence of student understanding during
the lesson. Students are invited to assess their own work
and make improvements.
,
Feedback includes specif ic and timely guidance, at least f or
groups of students.
,
The teacher attempts to engage students in self -assessment
or peer assessment.
Q55: Domain 3d Level 2 Basic Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q56: Domain 3d Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q57: Score for Domain 3d: Using assessment in Instruction
Prof icient (Level 3)
Q58: Domain 3e Level 4 Distinguished Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
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PAGE 19: Score for 3d: Using assessment in instruction
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Q59: Domain 3e Level 3 Proficient Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q60: Domain 3e Level 2 Basic Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q61: Domain 3e Level 1 Unsatisfactory Attributes
Respondent skipped this question
Q62: Score for Domain 3e: Demonstrating Flexibility and
Responsiveness
No Evidence (0)
Q63: Summary of Scores for Domains (2a, 2b, 2c, 2d, 2e, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, and 3e)
Domain 2a Creating an environment of respect and rapport Prof icient (3)
Domain 2b Establishing a culture f or learning Prof icient (3)
Domain 2c Managing Classroom Procedures Prof icient (3)
Domain 2d Managing Student Behavior Prof icient (3)
Domain 2e Organizing Physical Space Prof icient (3)
Domain 3a Communication with Students Distinguished (4)
Domain 3b Using Questioning and Discussion Techniques Prof icient (3)
Domain 3c Engaging Students in Learning Prof icient (3)
Domain 3d Using Assessment in Instruction Prof icient (3)
Domain 3e Demonstrating Flexibility and Responsiveness No Evidence (0)
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