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Discussion in 'Supply teaching' started by darkness, May 15, 2011.

  1. darkness

    darkness New commenter

    The feedback you leave, how truthful is it? Do you think it can be damaging to yourself to give very honest feedback, particularly with regards to behaviour?

    Could it give a perception you lacked behaviour and classroom management skills, or give new insight into how the children behave when their regular teacher is not there?
  2. Lara mfl 05

    Lara mfl 05 Star commenter

    Chances are the main culprits behaviour-wise are the same as those the 'normal' teacher has to deal with, so I never worry about naming names, just so the teacher can follow up any issues & children know they've been 'rumbled'. Usually I just mention their name & say 'off-task behaviour' or 'chatty' whatever so it's not too serious.But I always make sure I've praised other children & reported back to the teacher too!

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