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Mastering Coaching and Supervision



January 1969 | 128 pages | Corwin
This practical volume offers administrators and teacher leaders advice on how to maximize the benefit of staff development programmes. The authors address three challenges: How and what trainers should observe in a classroom; how they should analyze these observations; and how they can translate observations into feedback which will encourage teachers to enhance their professional effectiveness.
 
Education as a Profession
 
Professionals Grow through Staff Development, Coaching and Supervision
 
Script Taping
An Essential Tool

 
 
Let's Eliminate the Pre-Observation Conference
 
The Coaching or Supervisory Conference
 
Planning, Conducting and Evaluating Conferences
 
Walk-Thru Supervision
 
Working with the Reluctant Teacher
 
Peer Coaching or 'Watching Someone Teach'
 
Staff Meetings that Result in Staff Development
 
Translating the Program into Reality
 
Effecting a Reconciliation between Coaching, Supervision and Evaluation
 
Transcripts for Practice in Analyses and Conferences

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Madeline Hunter

Doug Russell

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ISBN: 9780803963153
$27.95