I hate being watched, even when I am doing something amazing with my class. It's gotten easier, but I simply don't care to be observed teaching. Anyway, at my first school my admin were in our rooms daily, sometimes more than once. It bothered me because they weren't walking around to see what the kids were learning; I felt like it was more about 'catching' teachers messing up, especially in Literacy, where we had a scripted program. All of us would get notes in our mailboxes saying something like, "I like how you _____ but I noticed you didn't ____..." The moral at my school was very low. At my current school my admin comes through once in awhile, totally relaxed, interacting with the kids, in and out in 5 or 10 minutes. It's sooooo much nicer to not feel watched! How often does the admin do a walk-through in your room?