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ERIC Number: ED067588
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 13
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Monitor-Modeling Supervision in Practicum.
Silverman, Manuel S.; Quinn, Philip F.
Twenty-four practicum trainees experienced either monitor-modeling or immediate feedback supervision during their training. Ten minute counseling sessions with coached clients were taped before and after the practicum. Three independent judges rated the tapes, using Carkhuff's scales for "gross ratings of facilitative interpersonal functioning" to assess (1) the level of facilitative conditions offered by the trainee, and (2) the trainee's action orientation (Carkhuff, 1969). Results indicated that both groups were similar at the beginning of the experiment; that the judges' ratings increased significantly from pre-test to post-test for both groups; that, although there were indications that the monitor-modeling supervision was more effective, there were no significant differences between the two groups on the post-test; and, finally, that the amount of growth from pre-test to post-test was significantly greater for the monitor-modeling group. The investigators strongly suggest further, more extensive evaluations of monitor-modeling supervision to more fully assess its usefulness. (Author)
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