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CLASSROOM OBSERVATION REPORT OF FACULTY BY PEER
INSTRUCTOR:
OBSERVER:
COURSE:
TOPIC:
DATE:
OBSERVATION TIME:
# OF STUDENTS:
DIRECTIONS: circle the appropriate number of each item evaluated. Comments
should detail specific items in support of your numerical assignment.
1. SUBJECT MATTER CONTENT
5
4
3
2
1
(Command and knowledge of subject matter of the course)
5
Demonstrates a broad knowledge of subject content
3
Demonstrates an adequate knowledge of subject content
1
Demonstrates inadequate knowledge of subject content
COMMENTS:
2. ORGANIZATION
5
4
3
2
1
(Organization of subject matter; method of presentation; evidence of
preparation; thoroughness; clear objectives; emphasis and summary of main
points)
5
Clearly organized, easy to follow
3
Discernible organization and preparation
1
Rambling and confusing
COMMENTS:
3. RAPPORT
5
4
3
2
1
(Holding interest of students; fairness and impartiality; encouraging
participation)
5
Meaningful and active student involvement
3
Some student involvement evident
1
Minimal student involvement evident
COMMENTS:
CLASSROOM OBSERVATION REPORT OF FACULTY BY PEER
INSTRUCTOR:
OBSERVER:
COURSE:
TOPIC:
DATE:
OBSERVATION TIME:
# OF STUDENTS:
DIRECTIONS: circle the appropriate number of each item evaluated. Comments
should detail specific items in support of your numerical assignment.
1. SUBJECT MATTER CONTENT
5
4
3
2
1
(Command and knowledge of subject matter of the course)
5
Demonstrates a broad knowledge of subject content
3
Demonstrates an adequate knowledge of subject content
1
Demonstrates inadequate knowledge of subject content
COMMENTS:
2. ORGANIZATION
5
4
3
2
1
(Organization of subject matter; method of presentation; evidence of
preparation; thoroughness; clear objectives; emphasis and summary of main
points)
5
Clearly organized, easy to follow
3
Discernible organization and preparation
1
Rambling and confusing
COMMENTS:
3. RAPPORT
5
4
3
2
1
(Holding interest of students; fairness and impartiality; encouraging
participation)
5
Meaningful and active student involvement
3
Some student involvement evident
1
Minimal student involvement evident
COMMENTS:
4. TEACHING METHODS
5
4
3
2
1
(Utilization of teaching aids, materials, and techniques; and including variety,
balance, and imagination)
5
Selection of methodologies appropriate and creative.
3
Selection of methodologies adequately to meet objectives.
1
Selection of methodologies that detract from accomplishing
objectives.
COMMENTS:
5. PRESENTATION
5
4
3
2
1
(Delivery, projection, clarity and precision, grammar, teaching techniques)
5
Clear, enthusiastic, well poised and direct; excellent vocabulary and
voice.
3
Generally clear and understandable, good vocabulary and voice.
1
Inaudible, lacks enthusiasm, relies too heavily upon notes.
COMMENTS:
6. PERSONAL
5
4
3
2
1
(Evidence of self-confidence, depth, appearance, sense of humor,
mannerisms)
5
Projects positive role model, pleasurable class.
3
Projects average command of self and content knowledge.
1
Projects an unsure image, uneasy feelings, awkwardness.
COMMENTS:
7. OVERALL EFFECTIVENESS
5
4
3
2
1
(Total effectiveness—considering all aspects of classroom presentation)
COMMENDATIONS:
RECOMMENDATIONS:
I have read this report, I confirm its accuracy and concur with its recommendation(s).
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Date
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