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A guide to conducting classroom observations – ALP-Z2
ALPHA School of English

We are proud to deliver its flagship course in the field of classroom observations, having been involved in an Erasmus project centred around this area of academic progression. During this process our team of teaching professionals have: produced both digital and paper copies of observation proformas and associated handbooks, conducted multilingual observations; taught and observed virtual and face-to-face lessons; and shared excellent practice with colleagues from across Europe. Applying for this course will enable you to take advantage of our expertise so that you can use this knowledge to design and implement observational systems to assess and provide supportive, constructive feedback to teachers. Topics covered include observational methodology, peer observation, establishing goals and guidelines, reflective practice, and action plans.

Aimed at: School Principals, Subject Department heads, teacher support/development staff, primary, secondary and tertiary-level teachers (all subjects). English level: Pre-Intermediate (B1).

- Why Observations?
- The Who, When, and What of Observations
- Offsite Training Day
- Goal Setting
- Presentations, Further CPD and Feedback

Effective Lesson Observations, Feedback, and Supportive Assessment are an integral part of the whole teaching and learning process and this applies as much to staff development as it does to student progress. In this week-long session managers and educators alike will develop their skills of evaluating their employees and peers, creating relevant documents to record observation data, giving useful written and oral feedback in a non-threatening, supportive manner, and setting appropriate and challenging goals for the future. Throughout this course participants will also develop their language skills, gaining key vocabulary related to feedback. This course will involve theoretical input and practical classroom observation sessions.

- Course resources
- WiFi on school premises
- Europass Mobility Certificate
- Certificate of Attendance
- One off-site training day per week (including entrance ticket to one attraction: Malta National Aquarium / the Malta Experience / Malta 5D / the Domus Romana / St. Paul’s Catacombs)

Przykładowe zajęcia dodatkowe:

adventure sports *, archery *, bilard *, bowling *, canoeing *, climbing *, cycling *, diving *, extreme sports *, horse riding *, kitesurfing *, mountain biking *, mountain hiking *, parachute jumping *, snorkeling *, surfing *, tennis *, water sports *, windsurfing *

bicycle tours *, boat cruises *, city tour/walk, cultural activities, cultural events and festivals, guided city tours *, guided museum tours *, hiking tours - wspinaczka górska *, international evenings, orientation tour, pub and restaurant evenings, school party, sightseeing with a guide *, theatre or cinema visit *

Gozo *, Valetta *, Blue Lagoon and Comino *, Dolphin Interaction Park *, Malta National Aquarium *, Mellieha Water Fun Park *, Mdina *, Sicily *, Dingli Cliffs

* zajęcia dodatkowo płatne


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