Lesson observation increasingly features in schools' processes for professional development and performance management, and continues to form a core part of ISI inspection. On this practical development seminar, learn how inspectors use lesson observation, alongside other evidence, and how to maximise the effectiveness of your own lesson observation practice in order to enhance educational quality in your school and improve outcomes for pupils. You will have the opportunity to observe recorded lessons, and explore how to promote consistency of judgement and to feedback constructively.
Suitable for: Heads, Deputies, Teaching staff, this seminar relates to paragraph 3 of the ISSR and the educational quality inspection framework.
1. The rationale for lesson observation
2. Characteristics of a ‘good’ lesson
3. How to approach observing learning
4. Developing observational skills, including practical work in small groups to observe a recorded lesson
5. Providing effective feedback following lesson observation
By the end of this seminar delegates will:
- Have a positive and balanced view of how constructive observations can improve teaching and learning.
- Understand the benefits of lesson observation for teachers, pupils and the whole school.
- Have the skills in observing teaching and learning necessary to strengthen school self-evaluation.
- Location: ISIC Training Centre, 1st Floor, CAP House, 9-12 Long Lane, London EC1A 9HA.
- Doors will open 15 minutes before the seminar starts.
- You will receive joining instructions and details of what to bring one week before the seminar date.
- Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
- Please note that if any of the seminars are full you can still be added to the Waiting List by completing the booking process (you won’t be charged) and selecting the ‘Add to waiting list’ option.
“I feel much more confident in observing lessons and have got new ideas on how to give feedback”
- Delegate 12th November 2019
To enquire about running this seminar in your school please e-mail email@example.com