So my principal is currently doing observations on all the teachers at my school. An interesting discussion arose in the faculty lounge. One teacher stated that she used to do fancy, over-the-top lessons for these summatives but now does lessons that are more "odinary" and reflect her everyday teaching. I had a different opinion. I stated that if the principal is going to observe me this one time then I would showcase what I do well which is technology. The lesson that I have prepared took 3 days to complete. The thing is I have done similar lessons in the past but since they are so time-consuming to create I have only done them a few times this year. So the lesson I have created is like something that I have done in the past but not just on a regular basis. So what do you think? Should you try to wow your principal or just do what you normally do?