When coaching teachers with a goal to improve classroom engagement and achievement, classroom management is often a major impediment to that process. In his book Coaching Classroom Management, Randy Sprick puts forth several basic tools that coaches can use. Kagan Cooperative Learning has also been shown to dramatically increase student engagement.
The Classroom Behavior Coaching Form was developed during my time as a behavior coach as a simple, streamlined way to observe in classrooms where management was a challenge, and provide data-based feedback to those teachers. Teachers were observed several times (usually 4-6) within a week during various times, classes and activities. When I would leave the class, I would leave a half-page summary sheet on their desk. After the observations were completed, the next step of the coaching cycle was to meet with the teacher to identify strengths and areas of targeted growth.
Purchasers of these forms may duplicate and use these for their own practice as coaches.