The development of a school is inseparable from quality education and teaching. Under the double alleviation policy, efficient classroom teaching is particularly important. In CKWA’s new school year, every principal in the school starts to go into the classroom for class observation. Although this is a routine practice, it is worth to mention that in the new semester, each principal will observe at least 40 classes, to lead higher quality teaching and ensure higher quality classes.
At CKWA, principals do not enter classrooms for the purpose of supervising and inspecting teachers. Instead, they go to the teaching front line to concretely understand the needs of teachers and students, give the most targeted support, and seek out excellent teaching strategies in our teaching, so as to bring positive influence on the whole community to the greatest extent.
When you enter the classroom for observation, you can find that many things are all-round, from the meticulously arranged book corner, the selection of books, students’ learning status, the interaction between teachers and students, the students’ participation in the classroom, to whether teachers can fully mobilize students’ initiatives. These are all real sceneries that can be seen in the classroom teaching.