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Tool Name
Web-Based Teaching Log

Evaluation Type
Teacher Self-Report Measures

Subject
Mathematics specific
Language Arts specific

Grade
All Grades

Use of Evaluation
Formative

URL
No URL is currently available for this instrument.

Developer
This product was developed by Deborah Loewenberg Ball, Eric Camburn, Richard Correnti, Geoffrey Phelps, and Raven Wallace of the Center for the Study of Teaching and Policy.

Product Description
The Web-Based Teaching Log was created so teachers could record instructional choices daily, including information about content covered, materials used, and areas of emphasis. Information collected by the log includes lesson duration, student attendance, materials used, instructional grouping, and instructional formats.

General Target Population Information
This product was developed for teachers of mathematics or reading in Grades K–12.

Stage of Teacher Development
All Stages

Users
This observation instrument has been used by its developer for research purposes.

Research and Resources

Ball, D. L., Camburn, E., Correnti, R., Phelps, G., & Wallace, R. (1999). New tools for research on instruction and instructional policy: A web-based teacher log. Seattle, WA: Center for the Study of Teaching and Policy. Retrieved April 2, 2010, from http://depts.washington.edu/ctpmail/PDFs/Teacher_Log.pdf

Camburn, E., & Barnes, C. A. (2004). Assessing the validity of a language arts instruction log through triangulation. Elementary School Journal, 105(1).


Cost
This product is not currently available for public use.

Contact Information
Center for the Study of Teaching and Policy
Miller Hall, 404B
College of Education
University of Washington
Box 353600
Seattle, WA 98195-3600
Phone: 206-221-4114
Fax: 206-616-8158
E-Mail: ctpmail@u.washington.edu

Support Available

This product is not available for public use; therefore, support is not available.