Presented without comment, from *Scrubs* episode 1:8, “My 15 Minutes”. A bit of performance evaluating from Dr. Cox.

Presented without comment, from *Scrubs* episode 1:8, “My 15 Minutes”. A bit of performance evaluating from Dr. Cox.

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I want to show this to my class just before I give them their first reflection assignment…I just don’t want them walking out of the room with that hangdog look.

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I want to share this video with my class right before the first reflection assignment. am I brave enough?

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I emailed this link to my principal last week. Today, during our first staff meeting of the year, we watched it as an introduction to the evaluation process! Thank you for the vid.