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EDU 570 - Supervision

This course introduces educators to the theories, knowledge, skills, and techniques of supervision as applied to the instructional setting and focuses on the role of supervision in the improvement of instruction. The course is comprise of two parts, one focusing on the role of the teacher as practitioner in mentoring pre-service and beginning teachers, while the second focuses on the role of the principal/administrator in a supervisory and evaluative capacity. The evaluative process as it relates to supervision is also discussed. Several approaches to supervision, including the developmental and clinical models, will also be presented. Learning methodology will emphasize both individual and collaborative group activities and will include case study analysis, discussion, and classroom presentations.

Credit Hours: 3.00

Course Fees: $0.00

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