I LOVE Aesop, BUT....

Discussion in 'Substitute Teachers' started by ILoveMyCello, Oct 31, 2010.

  1. ILoveMyCello

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    I think Aesop would be much more beneficial to substitutes if we could see what teachers rate us and what comments they leave about the day they were out! I think it would help us to improve upon things we might not know need improvement.

    Just a thought!
     
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  3. substitutesftw

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    I wondered about that, too! I would like to see any ratings or comments about us. I don't understand why that's one-sided.


    I also would like to be able to rate teachers so that other subs can see. :lol:
     
  4. Ms. I

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    I totally agree w/ you both!
     
  5. ILoveMyCello

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    I can look at my rating through my mom's AESOP (she teaches in the district). I had straight 5's until I got a 4 from a second grade teacher (I think it was because I told her student teacher it was silly to call the kids "friends"). I was sooo salty!! :lol:
     
  6. McKennaL

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    Cello...that

    "friends" "friends" "friends" stuff drives me nuts too.

    I call them "Ladies and Gentlemen". Always have, always will. All grades K-12.

    They laugh at first, but I explain how ladies and gentlemen act. With character and respectibility...and they live up to it.

    I stress we are a family of learners within the school community. Also... I'm not a friend of theirs. Friendly, yes, but not a friend. I am a teacher.

    The "friends" seems.... forced.
     
  7. fratermus

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    Whenever I read about rating systems I always ponder what would happen if it were bi-directional.
     
  8. John Lee

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    Wait, are we saying that there are ratings on aesop? Or that we'd all like to see ratings on aesop? (if so, how do you find your rating? I never knew this.)
     
  9. PCdiva

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    Not all districts participate in this....one I worked in did and one didn't, one also have the option to rate the assignment.
     

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