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Classroom Observation Form for Teaching Faculty
Evaluatee: _____________________________
Course/Section Observed: _______________
# Students Registered: _____
Evaluator: _____________________________
Date: ______________
Time: ___________
Place: ______________
# Students Present: _____
On a scale of 1 to 5, please indicate the extent to which the instructor meets the teaching criteria listed below.
Please include comments in the column on the right. Attach additional comments as necessary.
5
4
3
2
1
NA
Excellent
Above Average
Average
Below Average
Poor
Not Applicable
5
4
3
2
1
NA
Comments
1. Objectives: The professor made a clear
statement of the objectives of the session at
the beginning of class or at another
appropriate time.
2. Preparation: The professor was well-
prepared for class with necessary materials.
3. Organization: The professor presented the
material in an organized manner.
4. Clarity: The professor presented
instructional material clearly.
5. Expertise: The professor displayed
expertise in the subject.
6. Class Level: The professor presented
material at a level appropriate to the course.
7. Learning Styles: When appropriate, the
professor combined methods of instruction
(visual, auditory, etc.) to accommodate
various student learning styles.
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Classroom Observation Form for Teaching Faculty
Evaluatee: _____________________________
Course/Section Observed: _______________
# Students Registered: _____
Evaluator: _____________________________
Date: ______________
Time: ___________
Place: ______________
# Students Present: _____
On a scale of 1 to 5, please indicate the extent to which the instructor meets the teaching criteria listed below.
Please include comments in the column on the right. Attach additional comments as necessary.
5
4
3
2
1
NA
Excellent
Above Average
Average
Below Average
Poor
Not Applicable
5
4
3
2
1
NA
Comments
1. Objectives: The professor made a clear
statement of the objectives of the session at
the beginning of class or at another
appropriate time.
2. Preparation: The professor was well-
prepared for class with necessary materials.
3. Organization: The professor presented the
material in an organized manner.
4. Clarity: The professor presented
instructional material clearly.
5. Expertise: The professor displayed
expertise in the subject.
6. Class Level: The professor presented
material at a level appropriate to the course.
7. Learning Styles: When appropriate, the
professor combined methods of instruction
(visual, auditory, etc.) to accommodate
various student learning styles.
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5
4
3
2
1
NA
Comments
8. Respect: The professor treated all students
respectfully.
9. Controversial Material: When presenting
controversial material, the professor did so
in a balanced manner, acknowledging
contrary views.
10. Comprehension: The professor periodically
checked student understanding and
modified teaching strategies as necessary.
11. Responsiveness: The professor was
attentive to student questions and comments
and provided clear explanations and
examples.
12. Classroom Management: The professor
demonstrated effective classroom
management skills.
Non-Classroom Observations
5
4
3
2
1
NA
Comments
13. Course Outline: The professor’s syllabus
conforms to the existing course outline of
record.
14. Syllabus: The professor’s syllabus includes
a description of course content, contact
information, office hours if applicable, the
means by which students will be evaluated,
grading standards, and other relevant
information.
15. Evaluation Process: The professor
participated in the evaluation process in a
professional and timely manner.
16. Professional Obligations: The professor
meets professional obligations outside of
class (submits rosters and grades on time,
etc.).
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