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SST ASSESSMENT REPORT - B. Ed.

Year 3, Semester 2 Teaching Practice 3b


The purpose of this form is to provide an assessment report of the student's work in the placement.
This report is to be filled in by the Supervising School Teacher (SST)
Name of student

Course: Teaching Practice 3b

Year: Three

Maryam Saeed Obaid Bindarwish ALShamsi

Name of school:Qubaa School


Supervising School Teacher: Moza Ahmed Al Hebsi
Absence dates / reasons: No Absents
Year levels with which the student teacher worked, special characteristics, nature and size of groups, and a
brief description of what the student teacher did (e.g.content topics)

A year 6 and 9, each class have more than25 girls.


Maryam has taught an IT classes, in different topics and in many creative ways
For college use only
Dates of Teaching Practice: 19/10 12/11
Dates on which absences are to be made up: -

Holistic Grade:Excellent
Supervising School Teacher

Moza Ahmed Al Hebsi

Date

16 / 11 / 2014

Student*
Maryam Saeed Obaid Bindarwish ALShamsi
After the report has been read and discussed please sign. *Denotes that the student teacher has read and
discussed this report with the supervising teacher. This does not necessarily mean the student agrees with
the report

SST Feedback to student teacher B. Ed. (ELTS) : Halima Abdulla Husain Ahmed
Year 3, Semester 2 Teaching Practice 3b
Feedback
Category A Knowledge and Understanding of Content
Demonstrated a sound knowledge of assessment practices and policies used in the school
Demonstrated a sound understanding of the content, purpose, scope and structure of the IT curriculum

Category B Planning for learning


Planned tasks for the whole class, groups and individuals which challenge all students
Set appropriate and demanding expectations for learning, motivation and presentation of work
Identified learners who have special educational needs, are very able, and are weak in IT

Category C Implementing and Managing Learning


Employed a range of strategies which engaged all learners
Integrated the four skill areas where appropriate
Instructions, explanations , written feedback and questioning are appropriate, effective, mainly accurate, and well-paced &
pitched
Encouraged all learners to think and talk about their learning and develop independence
Monitored and intervened with increased confidence, when teaching to ensure sound learning and management
Set high expectations for learners behavior
Established and maintained a purposeful working atmosphere

Category D Monitoring and Assessment of Learning


Provided appropriate feedback to children to enhance learning and encourage co-operative behavior
Assessed and recorded each learner's progress through observation, questioning, testing and marking
Used different kinds of assessments appropriately for different purposes
Demonstrated a knowledge of the assessment and reporting requirements within The Ministry of Education

Category E Professionalism
Developed a positive, caring approach with learners
Established effective working relationships with professional colleagues
Category F Critical Reflection
Evaluated their own teaching critically and used this to improve their effectiveness

Strengths
Excellent eye contract with others during the class lesson and conversation.
She used impressive learning techniques
She used the right tune and volume of voice

Areas for improvement


-

General Comments
She was excellent in planning, preparing and delivering effective teaching and learning programs for every student in the class

Comments by Student

SST Feedback to student teacher B. Ed. (ELTS) Maryam Saeed Obaid Bindarwish Shamsi
Year 3, Semester 2 Teaching Practice 3b
Feedback
5

Category A Knowledge and Understanding of Content


Demonstrated a sound knowledge of assessment practices and policies used in the school
Demonstrated a sound understanding of the content, purpose, scope and structure of the IT curriculum
Category B Planning for learning
Planned tasks for the whole class, groups and individuals which challenge all students
Set appropriate and demanding expectations for learning, motivation and presentation of work
Identified learners who have special educational needs, are very able, and are weak in IT

Category C Implementing and Managing Learning


Employed a range of strategies which engaged all learners
Integrated the four skill areas where appropriate
Instructions, explanations , written feedback and questioning are appropriate, effective, mainly accurate, and well-paced &
pitched
Encouraged all learners to think and talk about their learning and develop independence
Monitored and intervened with increased confidence, when teaching to ensure sound learning and management
Set high expectations for learners behavior
Established and maintained a purposeful working atmosphere

Category D Monitoring and Assessment of Learning


Provided appropriate feedback to children to enhance learning and encourage co-operative behavior
Assessed and recorded each learner's progress through observation, questioning, testing and marking
Used different kinds of assessments appropriately for different purposes
Demonstrated a knowledge of the assessment and reporting requirements within The Ministry of Education

Category E Professionalism
Developed a positive, caring approach with learners
Established effective working relationships with professional colleagues
Category F Critical Reflection
Evaluated their own teaching critically and used this to improve their effectiveness

Strengths
She created creative activities for the students and review the last lesson for classes.

Areas for improvement


-

General Comments
She was excellent in planning, preparing and delivering effective teaching and learning programs for every student in the class

Comments by Student

SST Feedback to student teacher B. Ed. (ELTS) Maryam Saeed Obaid Bindarwish Shamsi
Year 3, Semester 2 Teaching Practice 3b
Feedback
5

Category A Knowledge and Understanding of Content


Demonstrated a sound knowledge of assessment practices and policies used in the school
Demonstrated a sound understanding of the content, purpose, scope and structure of the IT curriculum
Category B Planning for learning
Planned tasks for the whole class, groups and individuals which challenge all students
Set appropriate and demanding expectations for learning, motivation and presentation of work
Identified learners who have special educational needs, are very able, and are weak in IT

Category C Implementing and Managing Learning


Employed a range of strategies which engaged all learners
Integrated the four skill areas where appropriate
Instructions, explanations , written feedback and questioning are appropriate, effective, mainly accurate, and well-paced &
pitched
Encouraged all learners to think and talk about their learning and develop independence
Monitored and intervened with increased confidence, when teaching to ensure sound learning and management
Set high expectations for learners behavior
Established and maintained a purposeful working atmosphere

Category D Monitoring and Assessment of Learning


Provided appropriate feedback to children to enhance learning and encourage co-operative behavior
Assessed and recorded each learner's progress through observation, questioning, testing and marking
Used different kinds of assessments appropriately for different purposes
Demonstrated a knowledge of the assessment and reporting requirements within The Ministry of Education

Category E Professionalism
Developed a positive, caring approach with learners
Established effective working relationships with professional colleagues
Category F Critical Reflection
Evaluated their own teaching critically and used this to improve their effectiveness

Strengths
She gave student an opportunity to share their learning
She planed learning activities that were appropriately matched to curricular goals

Areas for improvement


-

General Comments
She was excellent in planning, preparing and delivering effective teaching and learning programs for every student in the class

Comments by Student