What comes to mind when you hear “CLASS Observer?” If you’re a teacher, you might think of someone who’s coming to your classroom to observer and take notes. If you’re a center director, you might think of the reports you receive from observers that you use to plan your professional development programming. And, if you’re a researcher, you probably think about using CLASS data in your research grants.
Truth is, CLASS observers play an important role in many aspects of education, from individual classroom reports all the way up international research projects. In this webinar, you’ll learn more about the important functions that observers play. We’ll walk you through how to get a certification (if you don’t have one) and what to do after you get it (if you already do!).
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The role of an observer
How to get a CLASS Certification
What to do with your CLASS certification
At Teachstone, we’re helping educators around the world leverage the proven power of interactions to help more students thrive. As the company behind the CLASS® tool, we empower schools’ leaders and educators to understand the interactions that matter most, develop their skills, and assess their progress. From actionable feedback and training to user-friendly content and tech, Teachstone offers everything needed to apply and advance the simple art of intentional interactions.