Lesson observation has no discernible impact …

Jun 18th, 2014 | By | Category: News

Lesson observation has no discernible impact on the quality of teaching and learning: A new report has called into question the widely used practice of graded lesson observation, suggesting it has no discernible impact on the quality of teaching and learning. A year-long project Dr by Dr Matt O’Leary looking into the use and impact of lesson observation concludes that college lecturers do not believe a ‘snapshot’ classroom observation of a teacher was a valid or reliable way to make a judgement on their professional competence. Press release and report Guardian blog The Guardian TES.

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