SUPERVISORS LOOK AT THEMSELVES
AbstractDuring the 1970 summer session in the Graduate Faculty of Education at the University of Ottawa, supervisors had an opportunity to observe their own behaviour and that of their peers in a microteaching setting. Thirty participants from universities, teachers colleges, community colleges, government agencies, provincial Departments of Education, and school districts in Ontario and Quebec attended a six-week clinic where the focus was on performance tasks designed to improve their ability to analyze, evaluate, diagnose, and prescribe alternatives for teachers.
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