I want my students to conduct observations at the CCF. How do I start?
How much time in advance should I submit the request form before observation?
Do I need to accompany my students when they observe at CCF?
If your students are observing as a group, you should be there to accompany them. However, the Center is not set up to have more than 10 students observing at any given time. If you would like to bring more than 10 students at one time, you many fill out a request form to reserve the on-site classroom, and then have students go out to observe in groups of 10 at a time.
Many professors choose to have their students do their observations on their own, and in this case, you do not have to accompany them. However, the Center is not able to schedule students individually. Instructions on how to schedule students are given below.
Can I schedule observation dates & times for individual students?
When are observations permitted?
How many students are permitted to observe at one time at CCF?
Can I use the classroom that is located at the center?
Are there any forms that students need to bring with them?
Yes! Students need to bring a signed copy of the Student On-Site and Remote Observation Requirements Form. Students who do not have this form with them will not be allowed to observe. In addition, if students are observing without being accompanied by their instructor, students should also bring a copy of the approved and signed Faculty On-Site and Remote Observation Request Form (Level I). Many instructors find it useful to post these forms on Moodle so that students can download them.
Are there any other instructions that I should tell my students?
Where can students & faculty park while visiting the center?
Why are there so many requirements for observing at the CCF?
If I have other questions about onsite observations, who should I contact?