2. Teachers waste a lot of class time.
3. Teachers voluntarily help new teachers.
4. Teachers volunteer to serve on new committees.
5. Teachers volunteer to sponsor extracurricular activities.
6. Teachers arrive to work and meetings on time.
7. Teachers take the initiative to introduce themselves to substitutes and assist them.
8. Teachers begin class promptly and use class time effectively.
9. Teachers give colleagues advanced notice of changes in schedule or routine.
10. Teachers give an excessive amount of busy work.
11. Teacher committees in this school work productively.
12. Teachers make innovative suggestions to improve the overall quality of our school.
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