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ERIC Number: ED049187
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 26
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Using a Systems Approach To Develop and Research Supervisory Conference Strategies.
Young, David B.
This paper focuses on using a systems approach to develop supervisory conference strategies to be tested in constructed and controlled teaching-supervisory situations. This involves identifying performance objectives through a functional analysis of teaching and analyzing the interacting and interdependent variables. It is then necessary to develop alternative procedures and identify supervisory behaviors and strategies which consider the above variables by selecting relevant elements from teaching, training research, counseling, learning theory, and other disciplines and combining them into comprehensive strategies based on a sequence of critical decision points. The results provide the practicing supervisor with a research basis for conducting conferences with teachers. (The paper contains a flow chart and model of a suggested supervisory conference strategy.) (RT)
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Note: Paper presented at AERA annual meeting, New York, 1971