The Supportive Supervision programme is a proven methodology in improving academic performance and instruction. This book is designed to provide professional assistance and training needs, and written for both beginning administrators and veteran supervisors. 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 programme that works in the professional development and instructional improvement of all staff members, and to increase academic performance for all students.
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Number of pages: 200
Weight: 370 g
Dimensions: 254 x 177 x 13 mm
"This is a comprehensive and exceptionally practical blueprint for school supervision in the 21st century. At a time when national standards for administrative preparation are in the wings, this book should become required reading in schools of educational administration." -- John Kappenberg, Director of Research
"This book provides a fresh approach to supervision with emphasis on interpersonal and technical skills. It is a unique blend of theory and practice, written by people who have been in the trenches who describe real solutions and ways of working with teachers and improving solutions." -- Gene Geisert, Associate Professor, Department Chair