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Supervision in Practice
- Grade Level: PreK-12
- ISBN: 9780761976042
- Published By: Corwin
- Year: 1999
- Page Count: 0
- Publication date: December 21, 1999
The "fishbowl techniques" and scenarios that form the center of Supervision That Improves Teaching come to life in this dynamic video from John Glenn. Susan Sullivan and Jeffrey Glanz are featured in this 65-minute video, where key concepts from the book are illustrated through real-life application in three different multiracial, ethnically diverse classrooms. Then additional real-life examples from other classrooms are offered, and viewers are challenged to analyze supervision techniques themselves in an innovative "Q&A" process that turns the tape into a unique learning tool. It's the perfect companion to the text, whether for personal use or for a larger professional development process.
2000, 65 minutes