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It is rare for teachers to have an opportunity to observe and learn from each other.  When they do get this opportunity, they often don’t have the structure and the language to discuss teaching and learning in any great depth.

This resource offers 9 steps for helping teachers to observe and learn from one another, plus 6 teaching chapters and a unique 45% discount code to purchase a copy of 60-Second CPD.

This resource will suit middle and senior leaders who need a starting point for teaching and learning culture.


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Teacher Rounds, is about a collaborative form of peer observation and continuous professional learning. The process is based on a medical ward rounds model that have been common practice in teaching hospitals for many years as a way of training doctors around a patient’s bed.

Teacher Rounds and Instructional Rounds (Richard Elmore) have been used widely in the USA & Australia and there has been a pilot project in Scotland. However, they have not yet been introduced into schools in England on any large scale.

Read Kenny Frederick’s EdD research, and try the Tuning Protocol for an academic framework.

You can find more of these ideas in the book, 60-Second CPD: 239 Ideas for Busy Classroom Teachers. In this resource, you are also provided with 6 sample chapters and 45% off the retail price!




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