Diane was wonderful to me. Last when I became an ATR she helped in so many ways I cannot count. She is kind and she smiles. She was so attentive to my concerns and needs. She was the first person in a long time that did not make me feel like a was a bad person.
Tell us more, Diane……
Clearly coming with a dirty agenda.
They are not there to help. They are there to harass teachers to resign or retire.
Diana is truly a supervisor who is doing what she is doing for the right reasons. She does want to help and does what she can for you. I was treated with respect and did not feel threatened at all by her. In a perfect world, supervisors should be someone we can can count on. In this world, sadly, that is not a reality. Nonetheless, if I had to choose a supervisor, Diana would be the one.
Unfortunately these Field Supervisors are not acting in good faith, and they are destroying careers and pushing older teachers out.
Diane is a real supervisor. She is the best.
Diane…..you’re not supposed to write falsified assessments of yourself!
Diane was a useless hack…
For a few extra sheckles in her purse, she’ll happily destroy you.
A total hack.
Makes Justin Stark look like a rocket scientist
The observations of ATRs in rotating assignments is unprofessional and unacceptable on several counts:
*The ATRs often don’t know the students.
*The ATRs often have been covering a class out of license, with or without the regular teacher’s lesson plan.
*The ATRs are told to differentiate lessons for the students, but they have not met them or have not been provided their IEPs or other personal data such as ELL status. All about age discrimination and harassment.
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