Instructional Rounds

Discover Great Strategies and Instructional Practices... from your Colleagues!

What are Instructional Rounds?

  • A PD opportunity where teachers observe their peers teaching at another site.
  • Teachers will be split into small groups of 3-4 with a teacher trained in facilitating peer observation groups.
  • Groups will visit classrooms for 10-12 minutes and record trends and patterns.
  • The day culminates with a lunchtime debrief to talk about what you can apply to your own teaching practice.

Purpose:

  • To observe instructional strategies in a variety of subject areas
  • To gain insights about teaching and learning that you can apply in your subject area and classroom.

When & Where?

March 8th at Carlmont High School

Time: 8:15 AM to 1 PM

(Carlmont Teachers may NOT attend this day)


March 20th at Woodside High School

Time: 8:15 AM to 1 PM

(Woodside Teachers may NOT attend this day)

Space will be awarded on first-come-first served basis & sign up deadline is 2/16

Sign Up Here

Please filling out this Google Form with the date you wish to attend. We'll take a certain number of teachers from each site for each day. We'll confirm your participation two weeks prior to the event. More dates may be added, if event is popular.