How To Dress For Your Classroom Observation

If you are a teacher who has a classroom observation coming up, one thing that you might be wondering is what you are supposed to wear for your observation. After all, you probably want to make sure that the observation goes as well as possible. These are a few tips that can help you choose the right outfit.

1. Dress Professionally

If your school is a little bit lax on the dress code for teachers, you might usually feel comfortable teaching in a pair of jeans or other comfortable clothing. However, for your classroom observation, you certainly want to make sure that you look professional. Therefore, you might want to err on the side of caution to make sure that you come across as professionally as possible, such as by wearing a skirt or a pair of khakis instead of a pair of jeans.

2. Make Sure You're Comfortable

Even though it's true that you probably will not want to dress too casually on the day of your classroom observation, you also won't want to dress in something that makes you uncomfortable. If you aren't able to move around properly or if you're scared that you're going to trip in your high heeled shoes, then you are going to be distracted from your actual teaching. Therefore, consider trying on your outfit and moving and walking around to make sure that you're comfortable. If you feel as if your clothing is too binding or that your shoes are uncomfortable, opt for something that you feel a bit more comfortable in.

3. Skip the Distracting Accessories

You aren't going to want the person who is doing your classroom observation to be distracted by your noisy bracelets or your "loud," large necklace. Therefore, even if you usually like to accessorize your outfits with exciting jewelry and accessories, you might want to tone things down for your classroom observation. Choosing jewelry that doesn't make noise -- such as by avoiding stacking bracelets -- and that isn't too large or eye-catching can be a good rule of thumb. After all, you want the person to be observing how well you teach, not how much jewelry you have on.

As you can see, there are a few rules of thumb that you can keep in mind for your classroom observation. Then, you can help ensure that you look and feel confident when the big observation day rolls around.

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