Pedagogical Supervision

A Competency Standards Framework


Author: Yamina Bouchamma,Marc Giguère,Daniel April

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1475850697

Category: Education

Page: 106

View: 9299

This book examines supervision in terms of competence in four types of knowledge.

Self Supervision

A Primer for Counselors and Human Service Professionals


Author: Patrick J. Morrissette

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135057575

Category: Psychology

Page: 188

View: 8795

Self-Supervision synthesizes past and current literature on the theory and practice of self-supervision and provides counselors and human service professionals with a plan for the pursuit of independent professional growth. Beginning with a historical overview and discussion of the counselor-client relationship, boundary transgressions, the counselor's family-of-origin and unresolved issues, and disclosure styles, the author provides the reader with a foundation for understanding the issues that must be examined when evaluating one's own work. He then outlines the reflective process and describes the actual practice, guiding principles, and strategies for self-supervision. Finally the author presents several proactive measures for counselor self-care that readers will find useful.

Educational Administration & Supervision


Author: Charles Hughes Johnston,Lotus Delta Coffman,David Snedden,James Hixon Van Sickle,William Chandler Bagley

Publisher: N.A


Category: School management and organization

Page: N.A

View: 9451


Strategies for Successful Outcomes and Productivity


Author: Susann Dowling

Publisher: Allyn & Bacon


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 388

View: 3882

Supervision is the only current book on supervision in speech-language pathology and audiology. The text provides fun and practical strategies for implementing supervision. Multidisciplinary literature, which forms the basis for effective practice, is included throughout the text. Although the examples in the text relate to speech, language pathology, and audiology, the ideas presented are applicable to disciplines such as education, psychology, social work, and business. The material is written to make it informative, enjoyable, and readily useable in the classroom and in clinical settings. Numerous examples and vignettes are included to foster reader interest. The Thirteen Tasks of Supervision and the Anderson Continuum of Supervision are the synthesizing core of this book which is divided into five sections. The first section addresses organizational issues that provide the context for supervision. The second section relates to practical tools and strategies for enhancing supervision such as data collection, goal setting, conferencing and feedback. The third section addresses approaches to supervising practitioners at all levels of experience: clinical training, the working professional and speech-language pathology assistants. The fourth section focuses on training individuals to participate more effectively in supervision. This includes preparing supervisees for the process and fostering lifelong supervisor professional growth. The final section presents training vehicles for use with present and future supervisors: roleplay, simulation, and the teaching clinic.

Supervision That Improves Teaching and Learning

Strategies and Techniques


Author: Susan Sullivan,Jeffrey Glanz

Publisher: Corwin Press

ISBN: 1452255466

Category: Education

Page: 235

View: 4553

Effective supervision is vital to instructional improvement, and this new edition of a bestseller pinpoints the techniques that matter most. Features 42 qualitative and quantitative observation tools.