Effective Teaching: Anticipation Guide:
Rank the following in order of importance to you as a teacher: Be prepared to
discuss with colleagues, and or defend to your teacher. Review these after our
My classroom looks appealing, with student work posted, lots of materials available, and
I prepare thoroughly and with lots of resources and activities
I include a variety of activities to appeal to different styles of learning
I use a variety of assessment tools, including tests, projects, and other “rich learning
I communicate consistently and often with each of my students to give them feedback on
I collaborate with parents and guardians of my students
I work on my questioning ability and my other abilities to effective communicate with
my students such as use of allegory, linking to their prior experience, etc.
I think back over my lessons, get feedback from students, and make changes where
My students’ wellbeing is at the heart of my teaching. I encourage them, work with them
to feel confident and able to take risks in their learning.