Supervision:a Guide to Practice

Supervision:a Guide to Practice : A Guide to Practice

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For graduate-level Educational Supervision courses. By focusing on the skills needed for success, rather than the skills demanded by specific positions or tasks, this universally-applicable text prepares future educators to meet the challenges of contemporary educational environments. The authors imbue this text with the findings of relevant contemporary research through the extensive use of case studies, scenarios, and illustrations that bring its challenging content to life. Material is organized by skills, such as pedagogy, human relations, staff development, and program design, in order to emphasize the supervisor's role in coordinating the various administrative, curricular, and instructional concerns involved in providing instruction in today's demanding multicultural settings.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 416 pages
  • 193 x 236.2 x 25.4mm | 839.16g
  • Pearson Education Limited
  • Prentice-Hall
  • Harlow, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 6th edition
  • black & white tables, figures
  • 0130462675
  • 9780130462671

About Wiles

Jon Wiles is a professor of education at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville. Joseph Bondi is a professor of education at the University of South Florida in Tampa. Both authors received their doctoral degrees from the University of Florida. As a writing team, Wiles and Bondi have co-authored a number of major texts in curriculum, supervision, administration, and middle school education. In addition to Supervision: A Guide to Practice, other texts for Merrill (an imprint of Prentice Hall) include Curriculum Development: A Guide to Practice, The Essential Middle School, and The New American Middle School. Dr. Wiles and Dr. Bondi are highly experienced educators, having served as researchers, administrators, teachers, and curriculum directors during their careers. As consultants, they have worked together in all fifty states and twenty foreign nations.show more

Table of contents

1. Defining Educational Supervision. 2. The Foundations of Supervisory Leadership. 3. Professional Knowledge about Teaching and Leadership. 4. Promoting Human Development. 5. Designing and Developing Curriculum. 6. Organizing for Evaluation. 7. Encouraging Human Relations. 8. Providing Effective Staff Development. 9. Administrative Functions. 10. New Directions for Supervision. Appendix A: Resources for Supervisors. Appendix B:ISLLC Standards for School Leaders. ENDNOTES NAME INDEX SUBJECT INDEXshow more