In this course from Noodle Nook, Ayo Jones shares the important things to look for during a classroom observation, useful tools to help you during teacher evaluations, and ample pictures to help you know if what you’re seeing is what you should be seeing. This session works well for new instructional coaches or curriculum coaches as well as administrators and leadership responsible for teacher evaluations under T-TESS, specifically for low-incidence disability classrooms.
This course is extremely helpful in completing a classroom observation in a LID classroom. It focuses your teacher evaluation tangibles and lets you be more intentional with your evaluation and teacher improvement plans. It’s perfect for administrators, new T-TESS or experienced evaluators recently assigned to educators teaching students with significant disabilities.
In this 1-hour course, you will learn:
- How to identify essential elements in classrooms for students with significant disabilities
- Which classroom arrangements are ideal in low-incidence disability (LID) classrooms
- What to look for during lessons from special education teachers
- How to evaluate teacher efficacy in LID classrooms
- How students with significant disabilities can demonstrate learning
- How to identify teaching essentials during your T-TESS classroom observation