Reformed Teaching Observation Protocol (RTOP)

Reformed Teaching Observation Protocol (RTOP)


The Reformed Teaching Observation Protocol (RTOP) was developed as an observation instrument to provide a standardized means for detecting the degree to which K-20 classroom instruction in mathematics or science is reformed.  RTOP consists of 25 items, each using a 5-point Likert scale.  These 25 items are divided equally into 5 categories: Lesson Design and Implementation, Content: Propositional Pedagogic Knowledge, Content: Procedural Pedagogic Knowledge, Classroom Culture: Communicative Interactions, and Classroom Culture: Student/teacher Relationships.

The link provides instrument documentation for the RTOP.

Authors provide instrument validity and/or reliability information.


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