Funded by who?
Sponsored by who?
Parent permission not received...? :inquis:
I could really use a Disney show on the Travel Channel about right now.
Even if it's one I've already seen 50 times. :mickeykid
Gotta' get ready for my CC shift and drop Lilly Dimples off at the shop on the way in.
Have a good'n Gabe and gang!
My formal observation, I have to turn in lesson plans for it. I have to know when it is. I had an informal one, where the administrator came in unannounced about 2 months ago. I did well :)
Agree, and after watching Dr Drew last night. OY!!!!
Sounds: not too fun.
The administration matches what they observed to what was in the lesson plan book afterward observation. Every Friday lesson plan book is turned into principal in afternoon for review. Lesson plans must be 2 weeks out.
They had problems with a few. Family emergency or major illness, found several that were out for weeks didn't have lesson plans at all or more than a day or two. Now everything is spot checked once a week.
I understand turning in a year long rough plan of lessons and for your first 3 yrs turning in plans. But I feel like you should still have to turn in an official lesson plan for a formal observation then an informal observation. As a teacher, I'd like to be prepared with notice at least for one observation.
Password needed to gain access by students and educators.
The ACLU is now involved. Concerns of how long info will be stored, if it will pass from school to school. What will secondary uses, insurance companies, parental consent. What if data points to hyperactive tendencies, will educators have data to label special ed? ACLU does not believe schools have the right to a persons biological indicators.
So if Johnny looks sleepy, they could scan his wrist and see when you put Johnny to bed last night. Wow!
One of our teachers was upset because her observation was while she was showing 101 Dalmatians. She came back from the restroom, coffee cup in hand a tad shocked that a chunk of her observation time had already ticked away. (note, there was a teachers aide in the room.)
I am over halfway with getting inventory straightened out. And only have a few long, long invoices to enter to be fully caught up and ahead of the power curve.
DD isn't feeling well, she got thru school today, but looks kind of pale and said she feels nauseated. ick. Poor thing.
Okay, heading home, back later.