OMG, I’m Being Watched: Preparing for and Surviving Classroom Observation

Rae Pica with Robert C. Pianta, Susan Ochshorn, Lisa Guernsey

Whether it’s formal or informal, expected or unexpected, for as little as 30 minutes or over the course of a school year, electronically via video or being conducted by a peer or a principal, being observed is challenging! In this segment our guests offer tips on how to remove the stress and glide comfortably through the process.

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December 3, 2012
Episode Guests
Robert C. Pianta is Dean of the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia. Susan Ochshorn is the founder of ECEPolicyWorks, a New York consulting firm that links early childhood research, policy, and practice, laying the foundation for healthy, successful, productive citizens. Lisa Guernsey is a regular contributor to the Early Ed Watch blog and has been writing about education, technology and social science for nearly 15 years, including as a staff writer at the New York Times until 2002 and a contributor to The Washington Post.
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