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Lesson observation and evaluation
Browse the list below to access resources for effective lesson observations and feedback. Ensure classroom observations help develop teachers, drive professional development and create improvements in teaching.
Observation at its best is a valuable opportunity to work alongside another professional, examining how teaching can be developed further, says Karen Lockney
Ofsted no longer grade individual lessons, but your school might. Learn from this example of how to use ungraded lesson observation for staff development
Alison Peacock outlines an internationally recognised research approach that gets results by focusing on children’s responses during lessons
Lesson observations are often the stuff of teachers’ nightmares. But they can be used formatively to develop excellent teaching