The Ohio State University Supervision Research Program Summary Report

Siedentop, Daryl
April 1981
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Spring1981 Introductory, Vol. 1, p30
Academic Journal
The article presents the summary report of the supervision research at the Ohio State University. It discusses the major steps of the program which include deciding what to change and how to measure it, answering the initial question, focusing on greater complexity and more reality, developing a systematic format, increasing frequency of observation while reducing the supervisor's role, self management in student teaching, training the cooperating teacher to be supervisor, and adding a behavior change project to the student teaching experience. The methodology and the results of the report are also discussed.


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