Sunday, February 05, 2006

A questionable memory...

Perhaps I'm wrong, but I can somewhat remember the UFT telling the membership that this "tutoring" time would be absent of lesson planning and grades.

Guess what I'm doing?

Lesson planning.

And according to my school, I will also be assigning grades.

Who knew?

*Muttering to myself, "It's for the children! It's for the children!"*


Chaz said...

How dare you print falsehoods about the UFT negotiated tutoring time! Our hero, Leo Casey assured the classroom teacher that the 37.5 minute tutoring time will not have a lesson plan, grades, or guided instruction. Soon you will be accussing our union of allowing for observations, bell to bell instruction and a "u" rating.

Don't believe the crazies out there (ICE, TJC, and other malcontents) mislead you in thinking you are teaching a sixth period. Just because it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, and swims in the river, IT IS NOT A DUCK!

Hail to our leader Randi and screw the classroom teachers who can receive a LIF for life.

Anonymous said...

and now they took away my prep peeriod each day so I can do hall duty! Wow, I am so happy with my job, more like a prison guard with each new day.