My obsession is for your quality of instructional communication. That includes subtle nuances in the communication and perception of content or the congruency between your espoused purpose and the learners perceptions of what you are prepared to teach.
This may also include your methods of instruction and/or your delivery tools…That is, do they really work for each and every student?
We also deal with assessment and test questions such as: Am I doing what I think I am telling my clients I am doing? Or perhaps you could be presenting content in one level of instruction and testing another level? Are you testing one concept and getting students who think you are testing another concept? Inconsistency in results can be found and lead to better teaching and learning.