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2016-2017 Discovery Walk Form
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• Discovery Walks are grounded in a commitment to a culture of continuous improvement.
• Discovery Walks are not evaluative.
• Discovery Walks are evidence-based rather than judgmental.
• Discovery Walks are designed to take a snapshot of instruction going on at PBS.
• Discovery Walk indicators mirror indicators on informal and formal observations, allowing teachers to self-reflect on their own teaching practice.
• Discovery Walks are meant to get teachers used to being in and out of each other’s classes to provide support and authentic feedback.
• Discovery Walks are meant to build collegiality between teachers and between divisions, especially during the post-walk debriefing.
Teacher Being Observed
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Babin
Bankston
Barham
Barron
Bellemin
Bergeson
Berryhill
Bonaventure
Bourque
Bramley
Brewster
Brown
Brown
Bryant
Burch
Charcap
Charrier
Clark
Clement
Collier
Cotten
Crawley
Davis
Deshazo
Dieterich, S
Doney
Duplessis
Everett
Faulk
Ferry
Ferryman
Fisse
Foval
Fresina
Garon
Granger
Guidry
Hawke
Hitt
Holland
Isenberg
Jackson
Kaiser
Kemp
Kinchen, H
Kinchen, L
Latour
Lazarre
Leblanc
Liner, M
Liner, S
Loupe
Mayet
McAllister
McCallum
McCorkle
McGehee
McGuire
Meaux
Miller, A
Mitchell, D
Mitchell, H
Morello
Orr
Palmer
Parker, D
Parker, T
Polk
Populus
Price
Priola
Purcell
Redding
Reid
Riley
Robertson
Robin
Robinson
Russell
Saucier
Seta
Shelton, J
Shelton, M
Smith, L
Smith, R
Smith, R
Spencer
Spikes, P
Spikes, S
Starkey
Streete
Talbot
Tidwell
Voth
Wales
Walker
Ware
Webb
Weems
White , J
White , P
Williams, J
Wilmot
Wilson, BJ
Wilson, G
Wilson, R
Worsham
Zachary
Division
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Early Childhood
Elementary
Middle School
High School
Grade Level
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PreK
TK
K
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Subject (MS and HS only)
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Math
Science
History
English
Bible
Foreign Language
PE
Technology
Elective
Lesson Topic
Today's Date
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Learner outcomes are specified in clear and measurable objectives.
Not Observed
Not observed.
NO: Learner Outcomes are not observed.
Needs Improvement
Check all that apply
NI: Objective is not visible or is visible but is not used as an integral part of the lesson.
NI: Outcomes do not represent important learning in the department.
NI: Outcomes are not clear or are stated as activities.
Effective: Emerging
Check all that apply
EE: Objective is visible in classroom.
EE: Outcomes reflect fairly important learning in the department.
EE: Objective is communicated on appropriate student level.
EE: Teacher refers back to objective during the lesson.
Effective: Proficient
Check all that apply
EP: Objective is visible in classroom.
EP: Outcomes are related to “big ideas” of the discipline.
EP: Outcomes are written in terms of what students will learn rather than do.
EP: Outcomes represent both factual and conceptual understanding.
EP: Teacher connects learning to previous or future learning.
Highly Effective
Check all that apply.
HE: Objective is visible in classroom.
HE: Outcomes are related to “big ideas” of the discipline.
HE: Outcomes are written in terms of what students will learn rather than do.
HE: Outcomes represent both factual and conceptual understanding.
HE: Teacher connects outcomes to previous AND future learning
HE: Outcomes are differentiated to encourage individual students to take educational risks.
Student Interview
Students could articulate objectives.
Students could not articulate objectives.
Did not ask students.
Based on the ratings above, this lesson's rating for Learner Outcomes is:
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Highly Effective
Effective: Proficient
Effective: Emerging
Needs Improvement
Not Observed