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Guidance for Conducting Remote Live CLASS Observations During COVID-19

21 Sep 2020 by Teachstone

Due to the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, many schools and programs are limiting  the number of people who can enter classrooms during the 2020–2021 school year. In many  cases, only essential workers are allowed in classrooms, which may prevent in-person CLASS® observations from taking place. For this reason, some programs may choose to conduct CLASS  observations through a video conferencing platform.  

There are a number of considerations that observers should take into account when observing  through a video conferencing platform. This document spells out some of the essential guidance for observing these “remote live” classrooms with the CLASS measure.  

 Conducting Remote Live CLASS Observations

We hope this guidance is helpful in answering some of your most important questions, but we  recognize that circumstances differ across the education landscape.Please use the CLASS Learning Community as a way to get feedback and dialogue with others about their approaches  during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you have thoughts you’d like to share or would like to consult  directly with us, we’d love to hear from you. Email us at interactions@teachstone.com.

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