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Presented by:
EDGARDO V. ABANIL
ASDS
1. Identify 3 approaches to instructional
supervision.
2. Discuss the usefulness of each approach.
3. Discuss the implicat...
Can be
◦ -intensive
◦ Informational
Used for teacher having
◦ Difficulties
◦ Needs to be supervised on new innovations
Pla...
Teachers are responsible for each other’s
professional growth;
Cooperative and collegial learning;
Supervisor and teacher ...
For advanced, independent and self-directed
teachers;
For teachers who have knowledge and
understanding of what to do;
The...
The approaches are not one-size-fits-all
thing:
Can shift from one to the other
The aim is to address individual needs and...
Instructional supervision is based on:
Mutual respect
Shared responsibility
Professional growth
The result?
TEACHER AUTONO...
What is your understanding of these
instructional approaches? Give a statement or
two about it.
Questions? Reactions? Let ...
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Approaches to instructional supervision

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Approaches to instructional supervision

  1. 1. Presented by: EDGARDO V. ABANIL ASDS
  2. 2. 1. Identify 3 approaches to instructional supervision. 2. Discuss the usefulness of each approach. 3. Discuss the implications of each approach
  3. 3. Can be ◦ -intensive ◦ Informational Used for teacher having ◦ Difficulties ◦ Needs to be supervised on new innovations Plan is either supervisor assigned of suggested
  4. 4. Teachers are responsible for each other’s professional growth; Cooperative and collegial learning; Supervisor and teacher mutually plan and work together.
  5. 5. For advanced, independent and self-directed teachers; For teachers who have knowledge and understanding of what to do; The supervisor just provides: ◦ Technical resources ◦ Motivation and assistance
  6. 6. The approaches are not one-size-fits-all thing: Can shift from one to the other The aim is to address individual needs and difficulties Key phrase: diversity of teachers’ needs
  7. 7. Instructional supervision is based on: Mutual respect Shared responsibility Professional growth The result? TEACHER AUTONOMY AND COMPETENCE
  8. 8. What is your understanding of these instructional approaches? Give a statement or two about it. Questions? Reactions? Let us know what you think.

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