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DOUBLE TAP TO ZOOM WITH PHONE OR TABLET 12 CHAPTER ONE Observation: How Well Are Teachers Evaluated and Supported? Read the statements below and then for about a week observe what teachers say and do during their daily inter- actions. Checkmark the appropriate box to indicate whether the statements are true for your teachers always, usually, sometimes, or never. In my program, teachers . . . ALWAYS USUALLY SOMETIMES Create a caring community of workers Greet one another every day. Smile and make positive comments. 3. Assist one another with personal and professional issues. 1. 2. 4. Listen to one another. Enhance professional competence Integrate previous experience with new knowledge received in professional development. 6. Know how to assess and analyze children’s learning. 5. Know the impact of their teaching. 8. Are organized and intentional in their planning. 7. Receive appropriate direction Know what quality is in our organization. 10. Understand and articulate the expectations and objectives of our organization. 11. Make educational choices based on program objectives. 9. Assess skills and growth 12. Assess their own teaching. Take risks, try new ideas, and evaluate them. 14. Cooperate with and encourage one another, sharing spaces, materials, and ideas. 13. Facilitate involvement in the field of early childhood education Mentor one another. 16. Are connected to the early childhood education professional community. 17. Share their professional interests and enthusiasm with colleagues. 15. From Evaluating and Supporting Early Childhood Teachers by Angèle Sancho Passe, © 2015. Published by Redleaf Press, www.redleafpress.org. This page may be reproduced for classroom use only. COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL NEVER