With continual emphasis on student outcomes and state and national standards, supervision of instruction is an indispensable function that inspires good teaching and promotes student learning. More than ever, effective supervision is vital to instructional improvement and this new edition of Supervision That Improves Teaching and Learning pinpoints the strategies and techniques that matter most.
Susan Sullivan and Jeffrey Glanz approach supervision as a process for empowering teachers with "super-vision" to see and reflect upon their teaching in a non-judgmental way for improved instructional delivery. Fully updated and revised, this best-selling book features
New observation tools centered on diversity and differentiated instruction
Pairing tools for the same focus—one to observe the teacher and a second for the students
New case studies on alternative approaches to supervision such as learning walks, lesson study, and book groups
A new chapter on creating transformational change
More on technology topics such as blogs, wikis, online and hybrid courses
Scenarios highlighting English Language Learners and exceptional students
Summary sheets and observation charts for use in the classroom
Reflective microlabs to reinforce material and concepts
Featuring 42 qualitative and quantitative observation tools, Supervision That Improves Teaching and Learning encourages hands-on development of essential supervision skills.