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Should your administrator take your class occasionally & give you an extra prep?

The idea is to give administrators a taste of what's happening in the classroom -- not just observing.

And it allows teachers to sit in on a class of their own or have some extra prep time.

Should your administrator take your class occasionally?

Yes
37 votes / 51 %
No
27 votes / 38 %
Not a good idea
4 votes / 6 %
Already does
2 votes / 3 %
Other (leave a comment)
2 votes / 3 %
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well i think so because we can never get enough learning for the real world

Sep 15, 2016 @ 6:34 pm

For some administrators, this is the perfect way to better understand the dynamics within the classroom. A drop-in observation or walk-through doesn't illustrate what happens from bell-to-bell. Administrators who are fully engaged and support their teachers should look at this as a learning opportunity.

Jun 9, 2017 @ 9:08 am

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