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Statementby Patricia Ann Crumlin Kempton
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Paginationxi, 80 leaves, bound ;
Number of Pages80
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Open LibraryOL26531799M

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Placed in the collaborative supervision model of Gebhard (), the clinical supervision model developed by Goldhammer () and Cogan () has been an influential model of supervision. Goldhammer () and Cogan () postulated that the behavior of teachers could be improved; their reflectivity in and out of classroom could. The Clinical Supervision Model is based on the participation of two people who can be described to be fundamentally equal in being, aim and objective as they share in a common call and purpose but differentiated by functional inequality- the teacher and the supervisor, in that. The clinical supervision model, while it has variations, tends to follow the same pattern. First, the experienced teacher and their mentee, or student teacher, meet for a pre-observation. Clinical Supervision Based on Counselling Models In the s - s, there was another shift in the delivery of clinical supervision. The new models which emerged were based upon and tightly bound to the counselling theories and interventions of the practising supervisor. Person-Centred Supervision.

Discrimination Model: Choosing a Supervisor Role! When planning for a supervision session, the supervisor considers questions such as the following:! How does this supervisee learn best (e.g., concrete teaching approaches such as role-play)?! Are there counseling skills and methods that I need to model (counselor role)?! WHAT do Current Teacher Evaluation Systems Look Like? By the s teacher evaluation incorporated the now familiar “clinical supervision” model, a “multiphase process that required the supervisor and the teacher to plan, observe, analyze, and discuss the teacher’s ‘professional practice.’”. Known as the most practical text in the field, Clinical Supervision and Teacher Development, 6 th edition provides clear, hands-on guidance for supervising teachers and encouraging their professional growth. Updated throughout to reflect the latest in research and theory, the text presents a widely accepted and flexible model of clinical supervision as well as numerous research-based and field . Supervisors' ability to demonstrate their clinical skills and disclose clinical information to aid the discussions has been considered an important aspect of effective supervision (Ladany et al.