Systematic Supervision for Physical Education
This book presents a comprehensive supervision model designed specifically for physical education. Systematic Supervision for Physical Education is valuable as: a text for graduate students in supervision and teacher pedagogy; a reference for supervisors of student teachers; a resource for teachers of special seminar courses for preservice undergraduate physical education teachers; a reference for principals and administrators who supervise in-service physical education teachers; and a resource for in-service teachers who host student teachers.
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A Rationale for the Use of Systematic Supervision
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An Overview of Generic Models of Supervision
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academic learning activities ALT-PE analysis analyze apply approach appropriate aspects Assertive Discipline assessment B.R. Joyce beginning teachers cation classroom climate classroom management clinical supervision closure cognitive communication competencies competency-based components concepts cooperating teacher criteria demonstration dent teachers direct instruction discipline plan effective teaching environment evaluation Evaluation Strategies factors feedback statements Figure focus focused goals haviors identify implementation improvement in-service programs instruction interactions involved learners lesson plans live coding managerial ment observation instruments Ohio State University peer supervision performance objectives Phase physical education practice problems professional questions rates record reinforcement require responses selected self-analysis set induction skill attempts specific strategies student achievement student behaviors student learning student teachers studies super systematic observation Systematic Supervision Model TARGET BEHAVIORS task Teacher Education teacher verbal teaching behaviors teaching cues teaching skills techniques tion tive TPAI university supervisor verbal behavior videotape