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Differentiated Supervision
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Differentiated Supervision
Growing Teachers and Getting Results



August 2022 | 144 pages | Corwin

Strategic observation practices to drive coherence and results

Supervision is often dreaded by teachers and principals alike because it can be disconnected from the context of the actual classroom and school. But when a culture of supervision is created – by differentiating which practices have the greatest impact in the context of the work educators are doing at the building and individual level – then supervision is about examining practice, working together to solve problems, and constantly improving.

Differentiated Supervision shows you how to develop a laser-like focus on improving an entire system while simultaneously addressing the individual needs of a diverse teaching staff. It lifts supervision out of isolation and presents a comprehensive model that provides a coherent method for creating a culture of supervision for supporting individuals, small groups, and the whole school in implementing high leverage strategies that improve student learning. Readers will find:

  • A clear framework for knowing what supervision practices to use when, and for what purpose
  • Useful templates and protocols for different supervision practices on a companion website
  • Helpful examples and vignettes from the field to show how to differentiate supervision for teachers
  • A unique focus on student learning at the center

Supervision is more than a series of steps that leads to final evaluation - its changing the culture and achievement in your school from just thinking about it as appraisal, but a powerful mechanism for growth.


 
Introduction
 
Chapter 1: Differentiated Supervision 101
 
Chapter 2: Element I - Universal Support with Qualitative Feedbach
 
Chapter 3: Element II - Individual/Small Group Support with Qualitative Feedback
 
Chapter 4: Element III - Universal Support with Quantitative Feedback
 
Chapter 5: Element IV - Individual Support with Quantitative Feedbach
 
Chapter 6: Leading the Differentiated Supervision Model
Key features

This book is intended for anyone who evaluates and supports teachers, both formatively and summatively. Readers will find:

  •  A clear framework for knowing what supervision practices to use when, and for what purpose
  • Useful templates and protocols for different supervision practices, located on a companion website
  • Helpful examples and vignettes from the field to show how to differentiate supervision for teachers
  • A unique focus on student learning at the center

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