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  • Class Organization
    • Clearly communicates the purpose of class session and instructional activities.
    • Explains how each topic fits into the course.
    • Situates topics in terms of students’ previous knowledge.
  • General
    • Provides an outline for the class session.
    • Links new material to previously learned concepts.
    • Gives multiple examples and non examples of each concept.
    • Uses examples representing a variety of different perspectives.
    • Uses concrete examples and illustrations that clarify the material.
    • Uses visuals and handouts where appropriate to accompany verbal presentation.
    • Uses a variety of activities to ensure all students are engaged.
    • Requires students to be active.
    • Defines new or unfamiliar terms.
    • Challenges students to think analytically.
    • Presents difficult ideas using several different methods.
    • Uses activities in class to determine whether students understand course material.
    • Points out practical or ‘real world’ applications of concepts.
    • Fosters student-to-student interaction.
    • Periodically summarizes points.
    • Lectures are presented in blocks of no more than 15 minutes.
    • Allows students enough time to complete notes before moving to next topic.
  • Conclusion
    • Summarizes main points of the class session.
    • Informs students of upcoming topics.
    • Reminds students of upcoming assignments or reading.
Teacher Checklist
  Jake R Brady


on January 2, 2012

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