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Supervisory conference as individualized teaching.

Aldon M. Bebb

Supervisory conference as individualized teaching.

by Aldon M. Bebb

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Published by Association for Student Teaching] in [Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Student teaching,
  • Teachers -- Training of

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 33-34.

    Statement[By] Aldon M. Bebb, Arlene F. Low [and] Floyd T. Waterman.
    SeriesAssociation for Student Teaching. Bulletin -- no. 28, Bulletin (Association for Student Teaching) -- no. 28.
    ContributionsLow, Arlene F., Waterman, Floyd T.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36 p.
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13579879M
    OCLC/WorldCa350516

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    Supervision in speech-language pathology progresses along a continuum of stages with appropriate styles for each stage (Anderson, ). When the beginning supervisee is in the Evaluation- Feedback Stage, the supervisor uses a direct and active supervisory style . Supervisors of Teachers. The supervisor has thorough knowledge appropriate to his or her supervisory assignment and stays abreast of recent developments in the field. The supervisor also exemplifies in his or her own work with faculty members the qualities that he or she hopes to develop in the faculty.

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The underlying thesis is that "the conference requires a particularly skillful kind of individualized teaching which must be learned and practiced. It is a skill that can be developed by any supervisor Author: Aldon M.

Bebb. Teaching as a Source for Deriving Further Supervisory Knowledge 30 The Preparation and Continuing Education. of Supervisors Group Versus Individual Supervision Part Three Modes of Personalizing Supervision. Scientific Supervision 37 Nondirective Supervision 40 Multi-faceted Supervision 43 Person-to-Person Supervision Supervisory conference as individualized teaching.

book Bibliography ivFile Size: 2MB. Implc ASumpttons About tbe Supesoy Conference teachers' appreciation of conferences that serve multiple directive, collabo- rative, and nondirective purposes. One final purpose of the supervisory conference is intertwined in the literature with views of the conference as both a teaching and a facilitating process.

Group Conference of Faculty and Students In a group conference, the faculty supervisor attempts to educate students in a group with the objective of achieving the following: To exchange ideas of each student within the group and help each member of the group learn from the experiences of the other.

The post-conference analysis is primarily for the instructional leader, who must analyze if the best supervisory practices were used with the teacher. This analysis provides a reflection exercise to help the instructional leader to improve the next supervisory conference (Cogan, ; Goldhammer et al., ).

Conceptual Supervision. Discussion of one 'successful' and one 'to be improved' annotated agenda with evaluation. Encourage the inclusion of theory in the evaluations. Outcomes of discussion + analysis of dimensions of teaching lead to action planning.

tion is thinking about one's thinking. Applied to teaching it is frequently called 'reflective teaching.' "s Thus, the model was based on the concepts of clinical supervision, and in particular the supervisory cycle, with its compo-nents of intervisitation, conferencing, and reflection.

The post-observation conference is grounded in the reality of the teacher’s world-the classroom, where learning occurs for both students and teachers. At its core, the post- observation conference presents forum where teacher and supervisor talk about the events ofFile Size: KB.

The model consists of four phases which can be modified according to the needs of the teachers and the supervisor and the fifth is but a critique of the four scopes.

The stages are briefly described below as: 1. Pre- observation conference 2. Classroom observation 3. Analysis and strategy session 4. Conference stage Size: KB. the coaching, modeling, teaching, observing and documentation of these core competencies as defined by the APSM.

Basic Definitions - 1. •“Supervision is an intervention that is provided. by a senior member of a profession to a junior member or members of that same Size: KB. Phase II - Build Up specifies the supervisory activities that may occur On – Site (in the school) or Off – Site (if the support will be on – line or outside the school.) The Build Up follows three sub – phases which include Pre- Conference, Actual Support Activities and Post – Size: KB.

A supervisory conference should have a pri mary purpose. Most of the conference time and com munication should be directed to a primary objective. This is not to say that there may not be other related.

1 Gerda Lawrence and Madeline Hunter, Parent-Teacher Conferencing, El Segundo, California: TIP Publications, (). The Ultimate Guide to Training Your Supervisors and Managers Picking the right individual for a supervisory or managerial role is critically important, and shouldn’t just be based on their performance in an individual contributor role.

training or teaching experience, and results. Identify what topics can be delivered using staff. About “Supervisory Essentials: Helping Supervisors Transition to Effective Leaders”.

Representing the largest pool of management talent in most companies, supervisors prove critical to an organization’s success. Companies that develop superior leaders can execute more effectively than their Size: KB.

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Specific supervisory skills required for various conference strategies are outlined: establishment of pre-conference set, provision of feedback, selection of focus, provision for discrimination training, Author: David B.

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Glatthorn. consists of several phases, such as conference, observation by a supervisor, and post-conference (Glatthorn, ). Peer coaching: is a process of supervision in which teachers work collaboratively in pairs and small teams to observe each others’ teaching File Size: KB.The Role of the Teacher Educator During Supervisory Conferences.

In book: Teaching, Learning, and Enacting of Self-Study Methodology, pp the identification of individual emotions.Individualized Daily Reading (IDR) is a structure for classroom independent reading in which students read books at their “just-right” reading levels each day.

The teacher actively participates in the IDR period by conferring with individual students to monitor and support their reading comprehension.