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Observation Skills for Effective Teaching
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Preface Chapter 1 Why Observe? Chapter 2 Lenses for Observing Chapter 3 Making Classroom Visits Chapter 4 Seeing beyond Personal Experiences and Expectations: Learning to Observe Systematically Chapter 5 Considering the Learning Climate Chapter 6 Focusing on Classroom Management Chapter 7 Looking for Lesson Clarity Chapter 8 Verifying Instructional Variety Chapter 9 Observing Task Orientation Chapter 10 Examining Engagement in the Learning Process Chapter 11 Measuring Student Success Chapter 12 Looking for Higher Thought Processes and Performance Outcomes Appendix A How to Determine Percentage of Observer Agreement for a Counting Observation System Appendix B Instruments Glossary References Index

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Gary D. Borich is Professor of Educational Psychology and a Cissy McDaniel Parker Endowed Fellow in the College of Education at the University of Texas-Austin. Dr. Borich's other books include The Appraisal of Teaching and Teacher Behavior and Pupil Self Concept.

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