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Field Placement Student Final Evaluation

Student teacher’s name: Shelley Andersen


Cooperating institution: NorQuest College
Mentor teachers: Joyanne Fredricks and Murray McMahon
Field Placement Advisor: Wendy Chambers
Field Placement Observers: Wendy Chambers, Barbara Penner
Total number of teaching hours: 20
Total number of observation hours: 30
Final mark: 28 / 32

□ Excellent (29-32)  Good (24-28) □ Satisfactory (21-23) □ Poor (20 or less)

Final recommendation:
 Pass (achieved 65% or higher)
Fail (achieved less than 65%)

1. The instructor establishes a favorable learning environment by responding to learner needs and
employing classroom management strategies.
No attempt
Excellent (4) Good (3) Satisfactory (2) Poor (1)
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Shelley has a very kind, patience demeanor in the classroom she answers student questions in a
respectful way. She warmly welcomes students to the classroom and creates a favorable learning
environment. The agenda is written on the board for students to refer to and also goes over it so they
know what to expect. Classroom management skills can be challenging to master. Shelley
demonstrated a number of effective strategies and is continuing to work to improve in this area. She
is advised to continue providing clear instructions for each activity prior to its commencement.

2. The instructor utilizes a variety of teaching techniques and learning activities to meet the different
learning needs of students.
No attempt
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Shelley incorporates very creative teaching techniques and activities that are of interest to the
learners. She provides students with adequate time to respond to questions, thus providing
opportunity for all students, including quieter individuals to think carefully before responding. Shelley
also asks engaging, probing questions that challenge students to think deeply about key concepts and
ideas. A variety of approaches was used including independent, group and pair work as well as friendly
competitions.
3. Lessons address relevant outcomes, are well organized, and maintain learner interest.
No attempt
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The lesson plans were well organized. Shelley wrote the agenda on the board at the beginning of each
lesson to guide the class. The range of materials and activities Shelley incorporated into her lessons
were also of interest to the students and kept them engaged throughout the class.

4. Instruction and instructional materials are appropriate for the learners’ level.
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Shelley creates interesting, original instructional materials to address the requirements of the
curriculum and the language learning needs of the students. She is very creative. At times, Shelley’s
aural instructions for students are not always clear; however, she has shown improvement and growth
in this area over her field placement experience. When introducing new content, it is important that
students are familiar with new vocabulary and concepts before proceeding to an interactive activity.
Another opportunity for growth is to limit the use of idiomatic language and cultural references that
students are not always familiar with, and again, this comes with experience in the classroom and
knowing learners over time.

5. Instruction facilitates ample opportunities for learner participation and for feedback and correction.
No attempt
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Shelley is very apt with her questioning techniques to elicit higher order thinking skills. She provides
opportunities for student to think carefully about questions before asking for a response. During the
lessons, she monitored students as they worked in groups and responded to student questions
effectively. A balance of teacher- and student-led discussion and activity is important and challenging
to achieve, and Shelley has shown growth in this area. Providing opportunities for students to take
ownership in their learning and contributions to the class, for example, by asking them to write
answers on the board or paraphrasing discussions would be a beneficial approach.
6. Materials and instructional techniques selected reflect real-world communication scenarios and the
learners’ interests and goals.
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Shelley incorporates a variety of interesting and real-world materials into her lessons, for example,
videos were used to supplement the required textbook materials. During one lesson, Shelley discussed
the idea of charity and this has real world applications for newcomers to Canada.

7. The instructor clearly communicated expectations and how the learners would need to
demonstrate their learning.
No attempt
Excellent (4) Good (3) Satisfactory (2) Poor (1)
made (0)

Shelley has excellent learning activity ideas that are creative and engaging for students. However, at
times, communicating the expectations for students and capturing their attention once they began an
activity was a challenge Shelley is advised to continue working on. In addition, it is important for the
learning expectations associated with each activity to be communicated clearly.

8. The instructor made an intentional effort to achieve SMART goals. Progress observed.
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Shelley identified and articulated a set of four SMART goals to achieve during her field experiences,
and progress was observed in each of the areas.

Wendy Chambers, Ph.D. July 31, 2019


TEAL Field Placement Advisor