6 edition of Supportive supervision in schools found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -159) and index.
|Statement||Raymond C. Garubo and Stanley William Rothstein.|
|Series||The Greenwood educators" reference collection,|
|Contributions||Rothstein, Stanley William, 1929-|
|LC Classifications||LB2806.4 .G37 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||164 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||164|
|LC Control Number||97021993|
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Setting up a supportive supervision system The three main ’ Rs’ for an effective supportive supervision system are: 1) Right supervisors — a core set of supervisors, well trained on supportive supervision techniques and with updated information and skills on immunization Size: 2MB.
Supportive supervision 1. Supportive supervision Supportive supervision is helping to make things work, rather than checking to see, what is wrong. Definitions • Active Listening—A communication technique that requires the listener to focus on understanding, interpreting and reflecting upon what the other person is saying.
•Supervision that is similarly collaborative and occurring regularly over time can resonate within them and motivate the peer supporter •Furthermore, peer support is dynamic, and ongoing supportive supervision can improve overall support provided as nature of relationships changeFile Size: 1MB.
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Supportive Supervision in Schools is a guide for teachers and administrators who want to create good school climates and a school culture that encourages professional growth and development among staff members. Supportive supervision is a learning situation for both teachers and their supervisors.
Full access to this book and over. Guidelines for Implementing Supportive Supervision October 2 preventing poor practices from becoming routine. Supervisory visits are also an opportunity to recognize good practices and help health workers to maintain their high-level of performance.
(See Table 1 for a comparison of traditional supervision and supportive supervision.)File Size: KB. Supportive Supervision in Schools is a guide for teachers and administrators who want to create good school climates and a school culture that encourages professional growth and development among staff members.
It uses a conferencing method to allow teachers, administrators, and students to discuss and reflect upon what they are doing inside Cited by: Supportive supervision is an approach to supervision that emphasizes mentoring, joint problem solving, and two-way communication between the supervisor and those being supervised.
1 It promotes high-quality program implementation and staff retention by strengtheningFile Size: 1MB. Supportive Supervision approaches all facets of instructional leadership in a step-by-step process by offering clear, fully developed, and focused plan as a guide to supervising teachers through countless examples, practical illustrations, realistic situations, sample documents, and useful forms.
It is the intent of this book to establish a. School supervision is a school-college-based practice that engages teachers in a dialogue on the improvement of teaching and learning. One of the main roles of this system is to monitor the quality of education and support the teachers in their efforts to provide the best possible education.
Supportive supervision is a process which promotes the sustainable management and efficient use of resources by encouraging communication, as well as planning and monitoring results. From: Children Vaccination Programme. Guidelines for the implementation of formative supervision: a step by step guide with tools to support immunization.
PATH (). Supportive1 Supervision THE SUPPORTIVE SUPERVISION CONTINUUM The Supportive Supervision continuum on the facing page is a recurring image and central feature of this book.
It graphically depicts the six ele-ments in the Supportive Supervision model: goal setting, lesson planning, observation, professional development, extensive professional commit. The functions of supervision. Examining the different functions of supervision throws up various questions and issues.
These questions include asking ‘in whose interest does supervision work?’ Confusion also arises concerning notions such as ‘mentoring’, ‘practice teaching’ and ‘clinical supervision’.
Guidelines for Implementing Supportive Supervision for Family Planning and Post-Abortion Care | iii Services in Crisis Settings Acknowledgments This manual is a compilation of guidance and tools that have been used in the field and found to be valuable for improving the qual-ity of family planning and post-abortion care services.
They wereFile Size: KB. "Supportive Supervision" offers that much-needed and fully integrated support system for the building-level supervisor.
By providing a clear path and focus, the authors present a highly usable, hands-on guide that will help fill in the blanks created by districts and schools unable to distribute resources equally for the development and Cited by: Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag.
Saved in: Supportive supervision in schools / Bibliographic Details; Main Author: Garubo, Raymond C. Other Authors: Rothstein, Stanley William, a Supportive supervision in schools / |c Raymond C. Garubo and Stanley William Rothstein. |a Westport, Conn. hear of counselling supervision, clinical supervision, training supervision, consultancy, professional supervision, peer, group and individual supervision and so forth.
In addi-tion, supervision may mean different things in different contexts, all of which may have a bearing on where emphasis is placed and how supervision is effected. What Is Educational Supervision. Careers in educational supervision include being a principal and could involve keeping a school running on a day-to-day basis.
Find out what instructional supervision is, the requirements to pursue the field, and programs that could prepare you for these positions.
In supportive supervision, we bring in the final component of supervision—that of being a team leader, the person who acts as head cheerleader and “stress manager” for the unit. Administrative supervision is concerned with effectively managing the tasks and resources of.
The program of the William Alanson White Psychoanaly tic Society was devoted to supervision-with representatives of various "schools" demonstrating their ways of doing consultations with ana lysts about patients. This book is an extension of that endeavor. In it, supervisors of various persuasions discuss this topic.Professor Tsui in this book makes a substantial contribution to the contemporary literature on social work supervision.
This literature, if it is to meet the reader's legitimate expectations, must have several aspects and all of these are addressed by this author.Supportive Supervision The Supportive Supervision Continuum Goal Setting Effective Schools NASSP Research Instructional Leadership Is the Key Supportive Supervision Is Instructional Leadership 3.
Hiring the Right Teachers "This book provides a fresh approach to supervision with emphasis on interpersonal and technical skills.
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