Every teacher knows students hate assessments. They dislike rubrics. They dislike being told what has to improve to meet the learning targets and standards. They dislike conversations with teachers who tell them they aren't skilled or proficient. And yet this is how teachers work their work.
Teachers are assessed on their ability to engage students in deep learning. They don't like being told they are developing in any area. They don't like having to listen to a principal tell them they need to improve. They don't like having to do all of the extra work to get ready for an evaluation. They don't like having to change their classroom paradigm based on feedback from principals.
Does anyone see the conflict here? Teachers want to give explicit feedback to students about their learning but will struggle to accept feedback about their own teaching. I'm not defending the OTES rubric for no rubric is ever perfect. I'm simply stating the ass backwardness of educators being unable to look at themselves objectively enough to admit they have areas of weakness just like students.