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Supervision Of Curriculum, Instruction And Assessment
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Supervision of Instruction
- Analyze the principal’s role in promoting effective instruction.
- Analyze issues related to supervising and evaluating instruction.
- Examine varied approaches to instructional planning for diverse learners.
- Analyze the elements of effective differentiated instruction.
- Determine the elements of effective classroom management.
- Compare and contrast techniques for evaluating instruction.
Supervision and Evaluation of Teachers
- Examine classroom observation techniques.
- Analyze multiple and varied ways of supervising and evaluating teachers.
- Propose strategies for working with teachers following evaluation to improve their performance.
Supervision of Assessment
- Utilize technology to gather assessment data and to determine issues based on the data.
- Develop a plan for effectively communicating test results to parents.
- Describe the continuous school improvement model.
- Create a plan for using assessment data to guide the development of a school improvement plan.
- Compare and contrast types of assessments administered by K-12 districts, schools, and teachers.
- Analyze the uses of assessment by districts, schools, and teachers.
Supervision of Staff Development
- Explain collaborative teaching practices as staff development.
- Identify the characteristics of effective in-service programs for diverse teachers and staff.
- Examine the effectiveness of staff development as a tool for school improvement.
- Analyze the principal’s role in assisting teachers in evaluating their own performance.
Supervision and Leadership
- Define supervision and leadership.
- Examine historical approaches to supervision and leadership.
- Differentiate among characteristics of effective supervisory and leadership traits, knowledge, and skills.
- Analyze issues influencing supervision and leadership.
Supervision of Curriculum
- Examine varied approaches to developing curriculum that address diverse learners.
- Examine the role of technology in curriculum development.
- Analyze the elements of effective curriculum implementation.
- Critique methods of evaluating curriculum development and implementation.
- Analyze the principal’s role in effective development, implementation, and evaluation of curriculum.
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