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at the time you are in school, what significant observation in classroom arrangement have you made?
Schools and classrooms impact student learning by providing a learning environment by structuring an intellectual, psychological, [ [ and physical one that enables all students to act and react productively; by implementing a curriculum that is engaging and challenging; and by holding students accountable for their learning and the teachers for their effectiveness. ] ]
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lassroom observation has many valid and important educational purposes. This section summarizes three important purposes or areas where systematic classroom observation has been widely used: (1) description of instructional practices; (2) investigation of instructional inequities for different groups of students; and (3) improvement of teachers' classroom instruction based on feedback from individual classroom or school profiles.
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