le is based on the theoretical framework that includes the following models: The Professional development school (PDS) model, PLCs and rounds, Partnerships from District and School Perspectives, professional development and instructional rounds. The paper reviewed a wide range of published literature in this particular area.
C. The main question is about how to support better teachers during a financial crisis. Instead of focusing on professional development, the government is often faced with a situation of downsizing hence the need to equip the few teachers with skills such as instructional rounds that is focused on describing certain situations in clear and understandable terms. This happens through one on one interaction between the teacher and the students.
D. The article sampled about ten different schools to establish the strategies they have utilised to improve their experience through strategies such as instructional rounds. The sample included different school selected from Oregon State to provide the necessary information about professional rounds.
E. The paper used qualitative research method to collect data and the tools included analysis of each school’s video documentation of instructional rounds, observations, interviews, focus groups, and artifacts (Petti, 2013). These tools are effective in that they sought to analyse the quality of data in relation to the perceptions about instructional rounds.
F. The major findings of the article showed that PLLS increased leadership capacity, improve culture as well as promote continual professional development for both pre-service and seasoned teachers (Petti, 2013). The paper showed that being in practice with each other helps to improve teacher professional rounds and knowledge. Teachers are in a position to generate more knowledge and teaching skills as their directly interact with their students.
G. As noted, the paper sought to discuss the effectiveness of instructional rounds against a background