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The Observation Gap?

Angel Cintron Jr.

Classroom observations, as an instructional tool, are only as good as the feedback it generates. Broad recommendations are meaningless, especially if they’re offered halfway into the school year. A “sophisticated” score, based on a four-point scale, is meaningless if it doesn’t provide targeted instructional support. As much as I appreciate education reform debates, I can’t help but wonder if our profession suffers from an “observation gap?”

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