ERIC Number: EJ562562
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1998
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The Role of Classroom Artifacts in the Clinical Supervision of Science.
Pyle, Eric J.
NASSP Bulletin, v82 n597 p70-76 Apr 1998
Classroom artifacts, physical objects produced by teachers or students for specific instructional purposes, have a special importance in science instruction. Article uses three examples of supervisory styles (directive, collaborative, and nondirective) to illustrate how a supervisor might approach the use of artifacts while assisting a science teacher to improve his or her instruction. (MLH)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Evaluative
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