A classroom observation focuses on the teacher’s skillset; a walkthrough focuses on the pedagogical health of the school. While a single walkthrough cannot be used to evaluate a teacher; a set of walkthroughs at one time period will shed light on classroom practices across a school; and a set of walkthroughs over time for one teacher will shed light on the teacher’s practices. IDE Corp. consultants work with schools and districts to design walkthroughs, model the process, and analyze the data.
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