I'm wondering if other elementary schools anywhere are implementing this plan. I was reading that a local district wants to make this 25% of a teacher's evaluation. Personally I don't understand it-especially for young kids. For high school maybe, but I think at any age a child's perception of what makes a "good" teacher is very skewed. For example-my most challenging student this year said to me yesterday that she wished I'd go work at another school because I'm so mean to her. Why am I mean? Because I give consequences for her behavior. That's her perception-I'm a bad teacher because I'm mean. I know even on a college level my sister struggles with having to defend herself when a student gives her a poor evaluation because they don't like the books she chose for their syllabus or there were too many papers required. Does anyone else have this as part of their evaluation? What kind of questions do they ask the kids?