Teacher Evaluation Form

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Teacher’s Name: Evaluator’s Name: School Year: Observation Dates/Time/Duration:

Position: Position: Date:

School/Department: School/Department:

EVALUATION KEY: UL: Unsatisfactory and lack of satisfactory progress over time; U = Unsatisfactory; 1, 2, 3 – Low to high satisfactory performance range; NA = Not applicable or not observed

CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION Planning and Preparation 1. Communicates high standards and expectations to students. 2. Is up to date regarding curriculum content. 3. Effectively plans instruction. 4. Curriculum reflects State and CPS frameworks and learning expectations. 5. Effectively plans assessment of students’ learning. UL U 1 2 3 NA

6. Monitors students’ understanding of the curriculum effectively and adjusts instruction, materials, or assessments where appropriate. Comments:

Instruction 1. Makes learning goals clear to students. 2. Uses appropriate instructional strategies. 3. Uses appropriate questioning strategies. 4. Evaluates, tries innovative approaches, and refines instructional strategies, including use of technologies, to increase student learning and confidence to learn.








Teacher 9/06


Learning Environment 1. Creates an environment that is positive for student learning and involvement. 2. Maintains appropriate standards of behavior, mutual respect, and safety. 3. Promotes confidence and perseverance in students to stimulate increased personal responsibility for achieving the goals of the curriculum. 4. Strives to ensure equitable opportunities for student learning especially in regards to race, gender, ethnicity, class and student learning style/physical needs. 5. Demonstrates appreciation for, and sensitivity to, the diversity among individuals especially in regards to race, gender,…...

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