This new book recognizes the reality that all principals are responsible for supervision, evaluation, and professional development of their teachersatasks that are neither simple nor without conflict. The primary audience of this text is aspiring and practicing principals. We hope to help them understand both the theory and practice of supervision, evaluation, and professional development. Observing instruction, collection data for reflection, and having conversations about teaching however, are not sole provinces of principals. Master teachers, teacher leaders, and teacher colleagues can also benefit from the Supervisory sections of the book, especially the chapters on high-quality instruction, improving instruction, and the classroom data collecting tools.increase perceived teacher efficacy of other teachers and of the school ac improve classroom instruction ac improve teacher perception of ... Feedback can have a high impact on improving teacher learning when it helps them reduce the discrepancies between ... One example is the Downey walk-through process of observation (Poston, Downey, Steffy, aamp; English, 2009). ... With so much time spent in classrooms, principals constantly focus 150 Supervisory Skills Walk- Through Observations.
|Title||:||Improving Instruction Through Supervision, Evaluation, and Professional Development|
|Author||:||Michael DiPaola, Wayne K. Hoy|
|Publisher||:||IAP - 2013-12-01|