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Differentiated supervision for Catholic schools

Allan A. Glatthorn

Differentiated supervision for Catholic schools

by Allan A. Glatthorn

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Published by The Association in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • School supervision -- United States.,
    • Differentiated teaching staffs -- United States.,
    • Catholic schools -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementprepared for the Department of Elementary Schools, National Catholic Educational Association by Allan A. Glatthorn, Carmel Regina Shields.
      ContributionsShields, Carmel Regina., National Catholic Educational Association. Dept. of Elementary Schools.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLB2806.4 .G549 1983
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 72 p. :
      Number of Pages72
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2277289M
      LC Control Number89168062

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Differentiated Supervision for Catholic Schools. The principles and practices of Catholic school supervision, as distinguished from school supervision in general, are predicated on a special Christian view of education, emphasizing the unique value, diversity, and personal growth of pupils and teachers alike within a mutually caring Christian by: 1.

Get this from a library. Differentiated supervision for Catholic schools. [Allan A Glatthorn; Carmel Regina Shields; National Catholic Educational Association.

Department of Elementary Schools.]. school. k a faith community leader, the Catholic school principal should. plan supervision with the goals and spirit of the Catholic educational. community. This book is a simple, practical tool to encourage and facilitate effective supervision in the Catholic school.

Differentiated Supervision for Catholic Schools exists, thanks to two. Now there is a text that provides students with a comprehensive blueprint for supervisory practice in the field of education.

In Supervision in Education Bernadette Marczely draws on her expertise in both law and education to fully explain different methods of supervision and to carefully identify the legal issues that drive each approach.

The book presents the information future educational 4/5(1). This web site contains two chapters from Tomlinson's recent publication: Leadership for differentiating schools and classrooms, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

This book is designed for those in leadership positions to learn about differentiated instruction. Web Article: Mapping a route toward differentiated instruction.

This book explores how school leaders can develop responsive, personalized, and differentiated classrooms. Differentiation is simply a teacher attending to the learning needs of a particular student or small group of students, rather than teaching a class as though all individuals in it were basically by: their charges.

The heart of the book is an exploration of the Literacy Coaching Continuum, a series of professional learning formats that coaches can use to design and deliver the most effective, most appropriate support. G Differentiated supervision / Glatthorn, Allan A. Alexandria, VA: ASCD, 2nd ed.

Subjects: School supervision. Teachers - In-service training. Differentiated supervision is effectively using evaluations to provide meaningful feedback to teachers based on their individual needs and level of expertise. It occurs when school leaders recognize that teachers vary greatly in their readiness levels, skill sets, and in their confidence resulting in significant variation in teacher effectiveness.

Differentiated Supervision provides a framework for professional growth designed to improve teacher effectiveness, instructional practices, and student achievement. Differentiated Supervision should be included in written policies of the board and made available to all professional employees.

As long as the LEA develops a Differentiated Supervision model based on the Pennsylvania Department of File Size: KB.

What is Differentiated Supervision. Differentiated Supervision is effectively using evaluations to inform meaningful decisions on teacher needs. It occurs when school leaders recognize teachers vary greatly in their readiness levels, their skill sets, and in their confidence, resulting in significant variation in teacher effectiveness.

About the Authors. CAROL ANN TOMLINSON career as an educator includes 21 years as a public school teacher of a differentiated classroom.

Her work included 12 years as a program administrator of special services for struggling and advanced learners. She was Virginia's Teacher of the Year in Carol Ann Tomlinson THE DIFFERENTIATED CLASSROOM Responding toskills, and expanded more than ever, the Needs of All Learners 2nd Edition EDUCATION THE DIFFERENTIATED CLASSROOM, 2nd Ed.

$ Size: 2MB. Many scholars in the field of supervision have given different models of supervision, but there is no evidence to support that any one model of supervision is superior to other. Many in the field have called for various models that can bridge the.

Books of the Bible Activity Pack - Catholic (no rating) 0 customer reviews. Author: Created by TheTreasuredSchoolhouse. Preview. Created: | Updated: This is an activity pack for books of the Bible. There's a variety of activities to help learn the books of the Bible and their proper order, as long as other fun things.

Attorney-General’s Department. Disability Standards for Education (Plus Guidance Notes). Retrieved from Australian Institute for Teaching and School. Our declaration that instructional supervision, as best practice, is a school-wide process in which learning and teaching are the core of the school's mission, underlie the changes in Chapter 3, the new Chapter 6, and the new case studies in Chapter 5.

Zepeda, S. () define differentiated supervision as a kind of supervision takes into account that, teachers are at different levels and stages of development, and that teachers should have some choice about the kind of supervision they receive in contrast to the situation that prevails in most schools.

Consistent with this philosophy, the Huntingdon Area School District believes an effective The written plan for the lesson and the teacher’s grade book (paper copy or Differentiated Supervision models provide a process for a staff member to select an area of File Size: KB.

Education For All (EFA) is a vision and a holistic program of reforms that aims at improving the quality of basic education for every Filipino by Through this, the Philippine government is committed in improving the quality of education at all grade levels (Philippine Education for All, ).File Size: KB.

schools have doubled between and with the majority of schools having been established in Quito itself (HOY ). It is widely assumed that the private. Supervision nHistorical Development of Supervision nDescribe a Conceptual Model of Supervision nIdentify supervisors in a school system, their tasks, their roles, and their qualifications.

Supervision Defined n“Supervision of instruction is what school personnel do with adults and things to maintain or change the school operation inFile Size: 36KB.The church law states that “those who are in charge of catholic schools are to ensure, under the supervision of the local ordinary, that the formation given in them is, in its academic standards, outstanding as that in other schools in the area” [can.

(2)].assessment and evaluation. Wiles and Bondi affirm thus: “We see supervision in schools as a general leadership function that coordinates and manages those activities concerned with learning.”(p.3).

Hence supervisors must have vision and willingness to help changes take place in the schools entrusted under their professional watchful Size: KB.