One powerful way teachers can develop their own skill is by observing other teachers. This form can be used to encourage teachers to observe colleagues, reflect on what they learn, and apply it in their classrooms. This would be great for teachers to use for independent professional development and reflection, or to be used with an entire PLC or school wide to facilitate learning, reflection, and discussion.
This is a tic-tac-toe choice menu to guide teachers as they do informal peer observations and record evidence of instructional strategies. The directions on the for read: "Observe several colleagues’ classrooms in action—aim for at least 10 minutes in each room. Record evidence of instructional concepts observed. Visit as many or as few classrooms as needed to find evidence to complete a tic-tac-toe."