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CLASSROOM OBSERVATION TOOL (COT) Updated SY 2019-2020

There are two (2) Classroom Observation Tools for RPMS (COTRPMS),
one for Teachers I-III (Proficient) and one for Master Teachers
I-IV (Highly Proficient). The indicators in the tools are the observable
classroom objectives listed in the RPMS tools. The language of
the indicators is from the Proficient career stage in the Philippine
Professional Standards for Teacher (PPST).
COT-RPMS for Teachers I-III has nine (9) indicators, while the COTRPMS
for Master Teacher I-IV has five (5) indicators.

Classroom Observation Tools in the RPMS Cycle

Classroom observation is a process of providing feedback to a teacher’s classroom practice. Feedback given provides quality input for the continuous improvement of teacher practice and provides opportunities to share ideas and expertise, as well as promote mentoring and coaching among colleagues. It also encourages teachers to reflect and develop awareness about their own practice as it provides evidence of actual teacher performance, their strengths and areas for development and the impact of their practice. Finally, classroom observation aims to visualize classroom practices. To be more effective, classroom observation must be based on a set of standards, which can assess teaching quality across a continuum of development (Darling- Hammond, 2012). The link between what the teachers can do as evidenced by their classroom performance and the standards against which this performance can be rated or evaluated is crucial in classroom observation.

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