On 4/14/14, Bryan wrote:
> On 4/14/14, Bryan wrote:
>> On 4/14/14, Kaitlin wrote:
>>> On 4/14/14, Bryan wrote:
>>>> I recently ran a learning walk focusing on looking for
>>>> higher order questioning. The classrooms I observed were
>>>> all recall questioning. After sharing the data and
>>>> developing a plan, do you think it is appropriate to go
>>>> into the same classrooms with the same problem of practice,
>>>> or should it continue to be a whole school focus?
>>> The learning walk should be used as a tool to improve the
>>> whole school, so therefore I would suggest rotating the
>>> schedule. Did you use data to create the problem of practice?
>> Yes, we utilized our NEASC report and decided to focus on
>> higher order questioning. Another thing that I utilized was the
>> HESS/DOK chart as opposed to Blooms.
> Is there a way to check that the strategies are being utilized in
> the classrooms? Looking for nonevaluative.
In my school we do administrative rounds, which are non evaluative.
The administrators will go into the rooms after the learning walk
and look for the strategies. They would let the teachers know ahead
of time so the teachers are prepared.
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