Clinical Supervision and Teacher Development Preservice and Inservice Applications

ISBN-10: 0471391425
ISBN-13: 9780471391425
Edition: 5th 2003 (Revised)
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Description: This practical book provides clear, hands-on guidance for supervising teachers and encouraging professional growth. It presents a widely accepted and flexible model of clinical supervision as well as research-based and field-tested strategies.

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Book details

List price: $145.95
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 10/8/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.00" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.748
Language: English

This practical book provides clear, hands-on guidance for supervising teachers and encouraging professional growth. It presents a widely accepted and flexible model of clinical supervision as well as research-based and field-tested strategies.

Preface
Overview
Overview
Objectives
The Nature of Clinical Supervision
Author's Note
Introduction
The Pitfalls of Teacher Supervision
Teacher Resistance to Evaluation
Communication Patterns in Supervision
Finding Time for Supervision
A Model of Clinical Supervision
The Processes of Clinical Supervision
The Goals of Clinical Supervision
Other Models of Clinical Supervision
Other Types of Teacher Supervision
Counseling
Curriculum Support
A Note of Caution
The Role of Clinical Supervisor
Research on Clinical Supervision
Case Study Research on Supervision
Teacher Attitudes toward Supervision
A Theoretical Basis for Clinical Supervision
The Theory of Reflective Practice
Notes
The Contexts and Uses of Clinical Supervision
Overview
Objectives
Using Clinical Supervision to Promote Teacher Development
Author's Note
Introduction
Helping Teachers Develop as Professionals
Models of Teacher Development
Leithwood's Multidimensional Model
Berliner's Model of Instructional Expertise
Fuller's Model of Teacher Concerns
Types of Teacher Development Programs
Standards-Based Teacher Development
Philosophy of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
National Board Certificates and Assessments
Benefits of National Board Certification
Sharing Responsibility for Teacher Development
School Principals
Other Administrators
Teachers
Department Heads
Training for New Roles
Students
Self-analysis
Organizational Structures and Teacher Development
Some Examples of Organizational Forms
Effect of Organizational Structure on the Role of Supervisor
Professional Development Schools
Notes
Using Clinical Supervision to Promote Effective Teaching
Author's Note
Introduction
Effective Teaching of Academic Knowledge and Skills
Nine Teacher Characteristics Associated with Gains in Student Academic Achievement
Direct and Indirect Teaching
The Explicit Teaching Model
Effective Teaching of Thinking Skills
Effective Use of Time in Teaching
Generic Guidelines for Good Teaching
Effective Development of Student Attitudes and Motivation to Learn
Teacher Effectiveness in Responding to Student Diversity
Effective Teaching of Students Who Differ in Achievement Level
Effective Teaching of Ethnically and Racially Different Students
Effective Teaching of Male and Female Students
Effective Teaching in Response to Individual Students' Interests and Needs
Effective Classroom Management
Effective Planning and Decision Making
Effective Implementation of Curriculum Change
A Definition of Effective Teaching
Notes
Using Clinical Supervision in Teacher Evaluation
Author's Note
Introduction
The Tension between Accountability and Professional Growth
The Threat of Evaluation
Consistency of Evaluation with Components of Clinical Supervision
Clinical Supervision and Teacher Evaluation
District Standards
Job Descriptions
Performance Goals
Formal Evaluations
Plans of Assistance
Postevaluation Conferences
Postdismissal Activities
Conclusion
Notes
Peer Consultation
Author's Note
Introduction
Peer Coaching toward Technical Proficiency
Peer Consultation toward Critical Reflection
Conclusions from Comparative Analysis
Continuum Relating Peer Consultation Types to Other Educational Factors
The Nature of Peer Consultation in Practice
Why Did Teachers Choose to Become Involved?
Inservice Preparation for Peer Consulting
Peer Consulting: What Is It, Really?
Notes
Conferencing Techniques
Overview
Objectives
Styles of Interpersonal Communication in Clinical Supervision
Author's Note
Introduction
Listen More, Talk Less
Acknowledge, Paraphrase, and Use What the Teacher Is Saying
Ask Clarifying Questions
Give Specific Praise for Teacher Performance and Growth
Avoid Giving Direct Advice
Provide Verbal Support
Acknowledge and Use What the Person Is Feeling
Counseling
Management
Notes
The Planning Conference
Author's Note
Intorduction
Identify the Teacher's Concerns about Instruction
Translate the Teacher's Concerns into Observable Behaviors
Identify Procedures for Improving the Teacher's Instruction
Assist the Teacher in Setting Self-Improvement Goals
Arrange a Time for Classroom Observation
Select an Observation Instrument and Behaviors to be Recorded
Clarify the Instructional Context in Which Data will be Recorded
Notes
The Feedback Conference
Author's Note
Introduction
Provide the Teacher with Feedback Using Objective Observational Data
Elicit the Teacher's Inferences, Opinions, and Emotions
Encourage the Teacher to Consider Alternative Methods and Explanations
Provide the Teacher with Opportunities for Practice and Comparison
Summary of Steps in a Feedback Conference
Notes
Classroom Observation Techniques
Overview
Objectives
Summary of Methods for Observing Effective Teaching Practices
Selective Verbatim
Author's Note
Introduction
Advantages of Selective Verbatim
Drawbacks of Selective Verbatim
Transcribing Teacher Questions
Technique
Data Analysis
Transcribing Constructivist Dialogue
Technique
Data Analysis
Transcribing Teacher Feedback
Technique
Data Analysis
Transcribing Teacher Structuring Statements
Technique
Data Analysis
Transcribing Classroom Management Statements
Notes
Seating Chart Observation Records
Author's Note
Introduction
At-Task Behavior
Technique
Example
Data Analysis
Verbal Flow
Technique
Example
Data Analysis
Movement Patterns
Technique
Example
Data Analysis
Notes
Wide-Lens Techniques
Author's Note
Introduction
Anecdotal Records and Script Taping
Technique
Example
Video and Audio Recordings
Technique
Example
Journal Writing
Technique
Example
Portfolios
Work Samples
Technique
Example
Notes
Checklists, Rating Scales, and Timeline Coding
Author's Note
Introduction
Student Rating Scales
Pupil Observation Survey Report
Other Student Rating Scales
Observer-Administered Checklists
Questioning Behaviors
Expository Behaviors
Constructivist Teaching Methods
Methods for Accommodating Student Diversity
Teacher Evaluation Rating Scales
The Flanders Interaction Analysis System
Categories of Verbal Interaction
Timeline Coding Procedures
The Stallings Observation System
Snapshot Data
Five-Minute Interaction
Notes
Name Index
Subject Index

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