Monday, December 5, 2011

Re: Smell a Rat Alert: ATRs to Be "Supervised"

And where is the money coming to pay for these jobs??? I thought there was a budget crisis and DOE is adding new, unecessary Tweedsters!!! Probably more 20 somethings ripe for brainwashing and cult (non-questioning, spill the cool-aid jargon out of their mouths) who will have these Field Supervisory positions. Trogether they would not have enough experience to judge the majority of the ATRs they will be "supervising!". SHAME, SHAME, SHAME!!!! Mulgrew, where are you?!
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Subject: Smell a Rat Alert: ATRs to Be "Supervised"

I could just drip with satire but I'll leave that to others.

From: Atrassignment <Atrassignment@schools.nyc.gov>
Subject: Important Update on Supervision
To:
Date: Monday, December 5, 2011, 10:37 AM

Dear Teacher,

The Department of Education is piloting a new model for supervision of teachers in the Absent Teacher Reserve (ATR).  This pilot will be implemented for most ATRs assigned to community school districts in Brooklyn as well as the Brooklyn High School superintendency, District 73; you are receiving this email because you will likely be included in the pilot.  Under this initiative, you will be supervised by a licensed administrator, called a Field Supervisor, who will periodically observe your practice and provide you with feedback to support your professional development.  The Field Supervisors are aware that as an ATR you do not have a regular program and that you rotate school assignments and they will take this context into account in their work with you.

At some point in the next two months, you should expect your Field Supervisor to visit your assignment site to meet with you in person.  At this initial meeting, the Field Supervisor will work with you to develop a plan to support your professional growth and job search process.  The Field Supervisor will make an effort to contact you via your DOE email in advance of the initial meeting to give you a sense of when you can expect him or her; however, he or she may not always be able to provide advance notification.

Sincerely,

NYC Department of Education

 
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1 comment:

  1. Principals in NYS are revolting against NYSED and NYC principals and our union are doing nothing once again..

    However, I did receive a robo-call from Michael Mulgrew asking me to call my state senator in regards to the the legislature being called to discuss passing 'the millionaire's tax'.

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