This paper explores the development of a
mathematical classroom observation protocol for Grade
6 students in Myanmar, based on research-based
observation protocols by Gleason and the organisation.
Classroom evaluation may be a good means of enhancing
teacher productivity by watching them teaching and
sharing thoughts with other students. The instrument
was developed and performed in order to investigate
instructor facilitation and student participation. The
analyses presented in this study reveal the extent to
which teachers and students cooperate with the practices
promoted by national associations and initiatives, using a
two-factor system of Instructor Facilitation and Student
Participation. The aim of MOPA is to find the best ways
to make teachers more successful.
Keywords : Mathematics Teaching Practices; Instructor Facilitation (IF); Student participation (SP); Observation Protocol; Mathematics Understanding