The addition of a Scripting question provides evaluators with an extra tool to capture evidence when observing a classroom. The goal of scripting is to capture an objective snapshot of the classroom interactions for the observation or walkthrough. This impartial evidence can then be valuable for coaching, encouragement and praise during subsequent conversations with the educator.
The scripting question type is flexible to how your organization conducts scripted observations. It will timestamp each script note as it is recorded, allow for comments and facilitate tagging of those elements.
You can differentiate between teacher, student and general observations. The indent level will follow the use of standalone “T” and “S” characters: