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Old 05-21-2019, 03:03 AM
 
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I'm sorry you have to go through this. Also, I will say that you must have decent classroom management if you had those gains in academic performance. If you had poor management, those kids would not be as engaged in learning as they obviously were based on results.I had a colleague that was also all Pinterest and little substance. But, she was young and pretty and the P loved her because she was great at pretending- problem was that she was actually not very good at teaching and was propped up by a great team. So, just grit your teeth and observe the other teacher. Ask your P for *specific* areas where they feel you need improvement. Also, start thinking long-term; put in another year but start looking for a job next spring and get into a (hopefully) better situation.

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