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Lance, Teresa – Journal of Educational Supervision, 2021
Educational professional development is ubiquitous; yet the gains on student learning are minimal as measured by local, state, and federal assessment measures. Although there is widespread agreement that assessment data alone does not tell the story of what students are learning and teachers are teaching, the data is still alarming. Why is there a…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Educational Benefits, Instructional Effectiveness, Achievement Gap
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McGhee, Marla W.; Stark, Marcella D. – Journal of Educational Supervision, 2021
The purpose of this study was to determine how students in an educational leadership preservice program perceived the effectiveness of solution-focused supervision (SFS) taught in an instructional supervision class. Interviews, observations, and artifacts, and a case study design, were applied to address two primary research questions. Findings…
Descriptors: Teacher Empowerment, Teacher Supervision, Leadership Training, Preservice Teacher Education
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Glickman, Carl D.; Burns, Rebecca West – Journal of Educational Supervision, 2021
Teaching has always been a stressful profession, but the additions of high-stakes accountability coupled with a global pandemic have increased stress to unprecedented levels. Thus, supervision must attend to teacher wellness to improve instructional practice. This article offers practical suggestions educational leaders can implement in their…
Descriptors: Teacher Supervision, Wellness, Teacher Improvement, Social Emotional Learning
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Glanz, Jeffrey – Journal of Educational Supervision, 2021
Drawing on Dewey's critique of the way educators, historically, have tried to promulgate definitive prescriptions for educational practice, this article examines implications of the use of science for supervisory practice and for the field of supervision as a whole. A content analysis of Dewey's "The Sources of a Science of Education"…
Descriptors: Supervision, Educational History, Educational Administration, Sciences
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Mudd, Allison; Livers, Stefanie D.; Acklin, Artavia; Acklin, Tommy; Harper, Linda D.; Davis, Tiffany – Journal of Educational Supervision, 2021
Deficit language concerning historically marginalized students pervades much of education today. Black, Brown, and Indigenous children experience marginalization and dehumanizing practices in classrooms instead of participating in a safe space to learn and grow. For this paper we employ a crucial component from Critical Race Theory to address…
Descriptors: Disadvantaged, Critical Theory, Race, Minority Group Students
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Shaver, Erik; Elfreich, Alycia – Journal of Educational Supervision, 2021
This project examines the supervisory roles and clinical experiences in a School of Education program that offers multiple pathways to licensure, including the Transition to Teaching (T2T) alternative route to certification program. Through our reflective supervisory and instructional experiences within this program, we explore the unique…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Reflection, Culturally Relevant Education, Critical Theory
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Price-Dennis, Detra; Colmenares, Erica – Journal of Educational Supervision, 2021
The purpose of this study is to understand how field-based supervisory practices support preservice teachers' conceptualizations of reflective practice, curriculum inquiry, and social justice-oriented pedagogies. Moving away from the more traditional supervisory triad model (e.g., preservice student--cooperating teacher--university supervisor),…
Descriptors: Supervision, Preservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teachers, Social Justice
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Lynch, Megan E. – Journal of Educational Supervision, 2021
Those responsible for supervising teacher candidates have an obligation to promote socially just pedagogies. In this paper, I investigate my own supervisory practice as a novice supervisor in my mediation of a teacher candidate's understanding of social justice. I rely on a sociocultural theoretical perspective (Vygotsky, 1978) and the…
Descriptors: Teacher Supervision, Preservice Teachers, Student Teacher Supervisors, Social Justice
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Waite, Shannon R. – Journal of Educational Supervision, 2021
COVID-19 and the demand for racial justice caused the dark underbelly of white supremacy to be laid bare during 2020. These events call for a reexamination of the ontological and epistemological frameworks in academe and specifically within the field of educational leadership. The legacy of white supremacist ideology prevails as the existing and…
Descriptors: Epistemology, Instructional Leadership, Educational Administration, Educational History
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Capello, Sarah – Journal of Educational Supervision, 2020
In an effort to integrate university coursework with field-site experiences and bolster pre-service teacher learning, national teacher education organizations have charged teacher education programs with embedding teacher preparation within clinically-rich experiences. These reforms have resulted in expanded and increasingly complex conceptions of…
Descriptors: Student Teacher Supervisors, Supervision, College Faculty, Teacher Role
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Sterrett, William L.; Rhodes, Ginger; Kubasko, Dennis; Reid-Griffin, Angelia; Robinson, Kerry K.; Hooker, Steven D.; Ryder, Andrew J. – Journal of Educational Supervision, 2020
This paper offers a model of supervisory collaboration that brings teacher and administrator programs together through a lens of formative evaluation. The roles of teacher and principal must be collaborative to sustain student success, yet the preparation models for those respective positions are often isolated from each other, as varying…
Descriptors: STEM Education, Instructional Improvement, Instructional Leadership, Educational Innovation
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Garman, Noreen – Journal of Educational Supervision, 2020
This memoir essay was originally intended to revisit a time when instructional supervision became the ubiquitous practice in a 'golden age of supervision,' and to valorize colleagues who contributed their scholarly canons to the field. An introductory narrative describes the goals and hopes of a field that emerged through Morris Cogan's popular…
Descriptors: Clinical Supervision (of Teachers), Accountability, Politics of Education, Educational Change
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Yeigh, Maika J. – Journal of Educational Supervision, 2020
Teacher candidates commonly experience tensions within their clinical field placement classroom. Recently, candidates have brought forward tensions around the use of a deficit gaze (Dudley-Marling, 2007) on students and their families by their mentor teachers. Where candidates of the past would ignore negative framing, current candidates want to…
Descriptors: Preservice Teacher Education, Student Teaching, Cooperating Teachers, Faculty Development
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Haberlin, Steven – Journal of Educational Supervision, 2020
Up until the resurgence of an academic journal, the field of educational supervision has had to travel incognito (Glanz & Hazi, 2019; Mette, 2019). With the development of the "Journal of Educational Supervision," however, supervision scholars have been invited to push new boundaries and experiment with non-traditional approaches…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Teacher Supervision, Daily Living Skills, Supervisor Supervisee Relationship
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Hazi, Helen M. – Journal of Educational Supervision, 2020
If we say we 'deliver feedback to teachers,' we most likely subscribe to a traditional approach to instructional improvement. In this approach the principal or supervisor treats the teacher as passive recipient who is expected to act on feedback that is too generic to be useful, and promotes a simplistic view of teaching and its improvement. In…
Descriptors: Instructional Improvement, Teacher Evaluation, Feedback (Response), Teacher Supervision
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