- Teacher Training Programmes (Erasmus+)
- A guide to conducting classroom observations 5-day
A guide to conducting classroom observations 5-day
A one week workshop which focuses on how to design and implement observational systems to assess and provide supportive, constructive feedback to teachers. Topics covered include observational methodology, peer observation, establishing goals & guidelines, reflective practice, action plans.
Aimed at School Principals, Subject Department heads, teacher support / development staff, primary, secondary & tertiary-level teachers (all subjects).
Effective Lesson Observations, Feedback and Support
Assessment is 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.
Why observe teachers in the classroom?What to assess when observing teachers?How is this process currently executed in your establishment?
Who carries out lesson observations?When should observations be done?What should a lesson observation form look like?
How should feedback be given?What language should be used?How is it best to give praise and reprimands?
How can staff set personal goals?What are the practical ways of improving teaching techniques?Why should goals be SMART?
What can be done to offer further CPD support to staff?How has this week helped me?What next?
To view the full course programme please contact our student advisor and request our "Alpha School Teacher and Staff Training Course" brochure.
|Number of Training Days:||5|
|Lessons per week:||30 Methodology|
|Lesson Duration:||1 lesson = 45 minutes|
|Class Size:||Maximum 14|
|Minimum Language level:||B1|
|Suitable for:||Native & Non-native teachers (primary, secondary, higher education), School heads, School Inspectors|
|COURSe prices||5-Day course|
|Teacher Training course prices||€350|
|Registration fee (All courses require a one-off €100 registration fee per trainee and includes: Course resources • WiFi on school premises • Europass Mobility Certificate • Alpha School CEFR Certificate of Attendance • Free full day activity • Free entrance ticket to the Malta National Aquarium||€100|
|Cultural excursion programme (Optional)||€125|
|Total Programme fee||€575|
|Hotel Accommodation prices (Price per week)||Jan to MAR 2018||APR to June 2018||July to AUG 2018||SEPT TO Oct 2018|
|3 Star Hotel (Half Board)||€245||€378||€490||€434|
|Shared Villa (Twin room, Single occupancy, Self-catering)||€280||€455||€455||€280|
Prices & course dates
- English levels: Intermediate (B1)
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Course are subject to a minimum of 8 persons. If you are a group of 8 or more persons then courses can be run on any dates for your group.
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All courses require a one-off €100 registration fee per trainee and includes: Course resources • WiFi on school premises • Europass Mobility Certificate • Alpha School CEFR Certificate of Attendance • Free full day activity • Free entrance ticket to the Malta National Aquarium. This extra fee will be added to your final invoice.
European Commission PIC: 934651940
European Commission Organisation ID: E10166514
Please note we require a minimum of 6 participants to hold any course. Please check with us first that we have the minimum number of participants for your desired dates. We can also hold any of our Teacher Training courses on request outside of the dates in our published calendar for closed groups. To discuss your training needs please contact our Academic Director Mary Abela