Supervising Instruction. Week 5 Collegial Supervision. Collegial Supervision. What is Collegial Supervision? Collegial supervision is supervision where colleagues work together and offer one another feedback on their performance as educators. Clinical Supervision.
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What is Collegial Supervision?
Collegial supervision is supervision where colleagues work together and offer one another feedback on their performance as educators.
What do others say Collegial Supervision is?
Allan Glatthorn says that collegial supervision is “cooperative professional development”. This definition assumes that the teachers enjoy working together, that they are professionals operating in a professional environment, and that they desire to develop and mutually respect and grow together.
Allan Glatthorn says that this process is a process where by teachers agree with one another to work together for their own professional development.
What Does Collegial Supervision Entail?
Must Have’s with Collegial Supervision
This form of supervision allows two or more teachers to work together for their professional growth and development. This is typically done by observing one another in their classroom or professional setting. In this process they give each other feedback about what they observed.
What does collegial supervision entail? Name three things.
What are some must have’s of collegial supervision? Name three things.
4. How many teachers work together with collegial supervision?
5. What ministries would benefit from collegial supervision the most?
6. What are some possible activities or opportunities that are available to participants in collegial supervision?Quick Quiz