Lesson Observation Form Lesson Observation Form Module ObservedPlease select... Addictive Behaviours Applied Business Psychology Brands and Brand Management Business Communications Clinical Applications of Psychology Cognition and Critical Thinking Counter Terrorism and Current Threats Criminology and Behavioural Psychology Criminology and Investigation Techniques Cross Cultural Management Cyber Security Delivering Winning Project Developing and Managing Performance Development Psychology Digital Forensic Digital Marketing Strategy Dissertation Enterprise Network Security Family Health Psychology Financial and Performance Management Financial Management Financial Statement Analysis Financial Strategy Human Capital Development and Leadership Human Resource Management Improving Business Performance Innovation International Management and Human Resource Management Investing and Financial Markets Issues & Global Business and Strategic Concepts Issues in Global Business & Corporate Accountability Leadership and Management Management Accounting - Performance Evaluation Management Research Methods Marketing Analytics and Return on Investment Marketing Management Operations and Technology Management Organizational Behaviour Organizational Learning and Development Organizational Theory and Behaviour Positive Psychology Principles and Practices of Leadership and Management Psychology in Education Psychology in the Modern World Psychology Research Project (Derby) Psychology Research Project (SDIP) Regulating the Employment Relationship Search Marketing and Gamification Security and Loss Prevention Security and Risk Management Social Media Marketing Staffing and Personnel Psychology Strategic HR Management (Kingston) Strategic Human Resource Management (Grad Dip) Strategic Management Strategic Marketing Management Strategy, Change and Leadership Lecturer's NamePlease select... Ali Reza Aloysius Lee Ching Pang David Shanmugam Dr Christopher Fong Dr Kader Dr Samuel Lee Eileen Seah Eugene Chong Joanna Yeo Kirby Celso Leo Kee Chye Leonard Sng Param Roland Koh Rowena Lim Shirley Ang Sun Wai Hoong Vanessa Chan Vasantha Teaching and Learning Strategies (5 = Exceed Standard, 3 = Average, 1= Non-Evidence) 5 4 3 2 1 The Lecturer effectively communicated the lesson objectives at the beginning of the lesson. The lecturer is well-prepared and organized in his delivery. The lecturer is able to generate enthusiasm for learning. The lecturer is able to explain key concepts in more than one way. The lecturer is able to demonstrate the relationships between different concepts. The lecturer is able to distinguish between factual and non-factual (personal opinion) response. The lecturer is able to promote critical thinking and self-directed learning. The lecturer is able to respond to student's questions and provide constructive feedback. The lecturer is able to address misunderstandings and gaps in information clearly to the class. Delivery Methods and Use of Technology (5 = Exceed Standard, 3 = Average, 1= Non-Evidence) 5 4 3 2 1 The lesson is logical, coherent, well-developed and well-organized. The lecturer is able to explain key content clearly and accessibly. The lecturer is flexible in his/her delivery and maintained class interest and engagement. The lecturer is able to solicit students' engagement and participation. The lecturer provides sufficient time for students to respond, discuss and exchange views. The lecturer makes effective use of a variety of technology in delivering the lesson. Addressing Inequities (5 = Exceed Standard, 3 = Average, 1= Non-Evidence) 5 4 3 2 1 The lecturer isolates a specific group of students or individual in the class. The lecturer makes discriminatory or bias remarks in class. The lecturer is able to prevent or handle misbehaviour and differences of opinions amongst the students. The lecturer shows tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and respects cultural patterns and expectations that operate within the school. The lecturer treats the students with dignity, engages with mutual respect, and at all times observes proper boundaries appropriate to a teacher's professional position. Demonstrate Good Subject and Curriculum Knowledge (5 = Exceed Standard, 3 = Average, 1= Non-Evidence) 5 4 3 2 1 The lecturer is able to demonstrate a secure pedagogical knowledge and understanding in the subject area(s). The lecturer fosters learners' appreciation of the subject being taught. The content presented is transferrable and applicable to the work environment. The lecturer encourages students to engage critically with the learning and the subject. The lecturer is knowledgeable of the course content and he/she shares up-to-date information in the subject area. Personal and Professional Conduct (5 = Exceed Standard, 3 = Average, 1= Non-Evidence) 5 4 3 2 1 The lecturer is well-prepared for his lesson and is punctual. The lecturer is aware of, and acts in accordance with the school and university partners' policies and procedures. The lecturer exhibits energy, drive and determination to assist the students in class. The lecturer shows regards for the need to safeguard pupils' well-being, in accordance with professional and statutory provisions. Overall Rating (5 - Excellent, 1 - Very Poor) 5 4 3 2 1 Overall Rating of Lesson Suggested Areas of Improvement/Recommendation and Feedback Need assistance with this form?