Ludvika has developed their own observation form focusing on the start and the end of a lesson. It is based on / has been inspired by the school researcher Marcus Samuelsson’s book Lärandets ordning och reda, as well as the Swedish school Inspection authority’s observation form. When used, it can be divided into one for lesson start and one for lesson end.
This is an observation record from Southfield School in Kettering, England – a lesson learning review. The school is ranked as one of England’s five percent best schools. They work extremely consciously both on the breadth and in depth with feedback to teachers to develop the teaching and learning.
Micro visits for macro effect at Eklidens school in Nacka municipality. The observation template was used during the 2017/2018 academic year to make many short lesson observations and to systematically collect data without linking to person/teacher with a specific focus on the start of lessons and the end of lessons. Through the many visits and systematic approach statistics were obtained. It gave everyone in the school an overall picture to discuss together: “This is what our teaching looks like right now regarding the start and end of lessons.”
This is an observation template from Söråkers school in Timrå municipality. It follows the chronology of the lesson in a clear way and has the following areas: 1. Focus 2. Pupils in Learning 3. De-Focus 4. General approach (about a favorable climate for learning). The school also has each part 1-4 as seperate templates since they often only observe one area at the time.
This observation template has been developed based on the Ofsted criteria for effective teaching.
It provides ICT-relevant criteria for use in observing lessons in English primary schools. Developed by the Independent ICT Educator Ian Brewer.
This template has been developed by Andy Goodeve, the former head teacher at Goldsmith Primary School in Walsall.
This is an observation template from Cheltenham Girls’ High School in Australia. It is based on the NESA standards. NESA is the Australian national authority for standards in education.
This observation template from Vialundskolan in Kumla municipality/school district starts with planning and how to start a lesson. It continues all the way to the end of the lesson and covers many of the dimensions contained in the observation template from the Swedish school inspection authority without being as extensive.
One key to improving student outcome in Filipstad municipality/school district over the past years has been lesson observations, discussions and coaching together with the teachers. This template is a protocol for discussions and coaching.
This template is used in Kumla municipality/school district for observations with a special focus om how teachers handle the formative assessment for learning process.
This form for lesson observations template is developed by and used in Höörs municipality/school district.
A very concrete lesson observation template used together with every teacher four times a year.
This template for lesson observations is based on and inspired by the template from the Swedish school inspection authority.
1.2 Sweden. Observationsmall av förskolans kvalitet – avdelning eller enskild pedagog – Kumla kommun
One of several forms used in Kumla municipality/school district for lesson observations and quality assurance. This one is used for observations looking at the overall quaility in a playschool or an individual pedagog.
One of several forms used in Kumla municipality/school district for lesson observations and quality assurance. This one is used for the extracurricular activities at school.