Makes no sense to me. Classroom Management has much to do with developing relationships with students. It has much to do with having students know that you care about and respect them. It has much to do with the trust that you spend time earning from them. It has much to do with developing community in your classroom. It has much to do with knowing content so that lessons are exciting and fun and students feel good about what they are learning. That takes time and lots of work. It does not happen with revolving teachers. Have these people ever been in a classroom?
Carolyn I agree. And we expect Bloomberg and Walcott to put forth such a practice. My point was that the UFT said that evaluating classroom management for ATRs who bounce around from school to school every week makes sense. I cannot believe that anyone who was a teacher would even suggest such a thing.