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Peer observation as informal #CPD @andymw66

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In this blog post, Andy Williams, Deputy Head, talks about the value of informal Lesson Observations.

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Dear All
 
The staff on this list are happy for colleagues to come observe them teaching. If you would like to observe a staff member informally, please contact them directly, agree a period of notice (if necessary) and if possible, decide on an area of observation, which can hopefully be of mutual benefit. Equally, you may wish to pair up and establish a more structured ‘buddying’ arrangement of mutual observation.
 
I hope that many of you will take up the opportunity to observe colleagues, as peer observation is undoubtedly one of the best means of sharing good practice and encouraging professional reflection.
 
It is envisaged that these observations are entirely informal, but if you would like copies of ISI observation forms for your own use/experience please let me know.
 
If you would like your name added to the list please email Suzanne Tomlins and I will recirculate.
 
Many thanks, 

Andy
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