5 edition of Supervision and the improvement of teaching found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by William H. Burton.|
|LC Classifications||LB2805 .B9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 510 p.|
|Number of Pages||510|
|LC Control Number||22012483|
The basic function of supervision is to help the teachers to improve teaching learning process in the classroom. It is not only visiting the classroom and writing some lines in the logbook about the efficiency of the teachers, and just checking whether the work has been done according to the set plan or not. The supervisor does not work as aFile Size: KB. Supporting this Barr and Burton have rightly stated that, “No doubt the aim of supervision is the improvement of teaching but this can be facilitated through the development of the teacher, the growth of the pupil and the improvement of the teaching-learning process as a whole.
author of 10 books and over 80 professional articles, and wrote a quarterly column for the Journal of Staff Development for almost a decade. His newest book, Raising the Bar and Closing the Gap: Whatever it Takes is available from Solution Tree Publishers. He can be contacted at [email protected] The Key to Improved Teaching and LearningFile Size: KB. Book Description: This handbook is designed for those involved in teacher education and the supervision of practical teaching. It will be useful for university tutors on teacher education programmes and mentors in schools, as well as senior staff in schools who are involved in appraisal and evaluation.
Educational Supervision 1. What is supervision? Supervision is a process of facilitating the professional growth of a teacher, primarily by giving the teacher feedback about classroom interactions and helping the teacher make use of the feedback in order to make teaching . Find out what it takes to create a teacher supervision and evaluation system that's more apt to lead to higher student achievement, including: (1) Five school-level conditions that are essential to systematically developing teacher expertise; (2) Four domains of teaching practice that provide a focus for instructional improvement; and (3) Five Cited by:
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Excerpt from Supervision and the Improvement of Teaching A few reviewers suggested that a better organization would be to outline a definite plan of supervision for a year or half year, and then deduce the principles and procedures by means of a discussion of that by: 3.
"Sullivan and Glanz articulate a philosophy of supervision that puts student learning at the center, and puts the focus on talking about teaching (not teachers) in a deep and pragmatic way. The authors promote a vision of everyone in the school as a learner, and practical tools, steps, and wisdom to help schools realize that vision."/5(24).
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Supervision and Evaluation for Learning and Growth is a concise and valuable evaluation guide for existing and future school leaders., Global Education Review Educational leaders who want to make a difference Supervision and the improvement of teaching book the quality of teaching and learning in today’s classrooms will increase their professional repertoire by reading this important book.5/5(1).
Supervision and the improvement of teaching. [William H Burton] -- When Gawain the goose is deserted by his friends after being unjustly convicted of stealing from his beloved king, the real thief is tortured by his conscience.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Burton, William H. (William Henry), Supervision and the improvement of teaching. New York; London, D. Appleton SuperVision and Instructional Leadership: A Developmental Approach. Teaching, and Supervision Instructional Goals and Effective Teaching He is author of the book Professional Development for School Improvement, co-author of the books The Basic Guide to Supervision Format: Cloth.
Nakpodia () asserts that, instructional supervision in the modern era centers on the improvement of the teaching-learning situation to the benefits of both the teachers.
Strategies For Improving Supervisory Skills For Effective Primary Education In Nigeria Enaigbe A. P 1. Helping teachers and stimulating curriculum improvement 2. Emphasizing the use of group process with teachers, students and other school personnel.
Performing administrative functions only to help instructions through in-service. Supervision and Evaluation for Learning and Growth is a concise and valuable evaluation guide for existing and future school leaders., Global Education Review Educational leaders who want to make a difference in the quality of teaching and learning in today’s classrooms will increase their professional repertoire by reading this important book.5/5(4).
The Effectiveness of Academic Supervision for Teachers Patris Rahabav So the focus on teachers and support services for the improvement of teaching, the success of student learning and curriculum development. Academic supervision by (Glickman, et al; ) is.
Educational supervision has historically sought to improve the quality of teaching. This book is a text for undergraduate and graduate students who are engaged in the study of issues in educational supervision; it is a compendium of informed commentaries on current issues written by prominent scholars in the by: Premium Member Book (May ) Supervision for Learning: A Performance-Based Approach To Teacher Development and School Improvement by James M.
Aseltine, Judith O. Faryniarz and Anthony J. Rigazio-DiGilio. A thorough examination of extant literature revealed that the focus of administration which involves supervision is to improve the totality of teaching and learning experience by both the teachers. Supervision has been conceived as the improvement of teaching and learning process for the ultimate benefit of the learner who is regarded as the pivot of : Chrisantus Oden.
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.
Educational supervision has historically sought to improve the quality of teaching. This book is a text for undergraduate and graduate students who are engaged in the study of issues in educational. teaching and learning supervision in the classroom can have a direct impact on school improvement in the teaching profession.
Zepeda and Ponticell (), also share a similar opinion that the implementation of the teaching and learning supervision of teachers in the classroom can improve teaching and learn at the Size: KB.
In this exciting, new edition of "Supervision That Improves Teaching," the authors have taken their reflective clinical supervision process to a new level, with the planning conference now the heart of the supervision cycle.
Sullivan and Glanz have addressed the dilemmas of preserving meaningful supervision in an era of high-stakes testing and local, state, and national by: 2.
achieving educational goals. Thus, the concern of educational supervision is the improvement in teaching and teaching environment in order to promote effective teacher performance and learning in the school.
Supervision is thus a combination or integration of a number of processes, procedures andFile Size: KB. 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.Instructional supervision: it is a type of school-based (in-school) supervision carried out by the school staff (principals, department heads, senior teachers, and assigned supervisors) aimed at providing guidance, support, and continuous assessment to teachers for their professionalFile Size: KB.Effective Supervision A supervisor’s words and actions have great impact on the behavior of subordinates and the responsiveness of the organization to leadership efforts.
Consider the case of a second lieutenant given a task by his commander to improve the performance of his subordinates.