This 1-hour course is designed to enhance your understanding to collect evidence in classroom observations and give more effective feedback to teachers. In this course, the learner will develop strategies for forming a claim about practice and establishing support for that claim with evidence so that they are fully prepared to compose feedback that is explicit and actionable. In these next lessons, the learner will:
- examine why we make claims and
- review sample evidence to help build understanding of how to formulate and validate a claim about a teacher’s practice in alignment with the evidence they collect and their rubric language.
ReVISION Learning Supervisory Continuum 1.A:
A. Evidence cited is directly tied to the appropriate indicators of practice and accurately represents the levels of performance.
ReVISION Learning Supervisory Continuum 1.F:
F. Feedback report as written serves as a comprehensive learning tool containing clearly articulated evidence-based feedback and explicit connections.