We have formal snapshot walkthroughs and are provided the snapshot report after each one. I have a hard time accepting them, though. I feel teachers should be invited to comment on the report to clarify or elaborate on what was witnessed. I have had three formal such evaluations and they have all been completely positive with lovely comments. Still, I'm stuck on the most recent one. The report indicated students were coloring a picture which made it seem as though they were doing a basic coloring sheet or something. But that was not at all the case. It was a thoughtful and standards-based activity and I'm just not sure my evaluator recognized this because it was such a short visit (five minutes or less) and the person didn't circulate to look at the students' work. Again, the report was positive but I don't feel it was accurate. It was stated on the report that my activities matched my lesson plans and directly supported the objectives, but the person didn't look at my lesson plans. I think this person is just really relaxed and tries not to be a pain in the butt, but...well, I'd honestly rather be observed the entire class. Anyone else ever feel this way? I am NOT planning on meeting with this person to ensure the lesson was fully understood and appreciated, but I'm curious if anyone else has or just felt the desire to.