About the CourseThis course consists of:
- Define the most common assumptions about supervision and the best practices recommended in supervision for each of them.
- Be able to recognize the most common types of supervision modalities and one advantage and disadvantage of each.
- Increase understanding of the key differences between internal and external models, and between hierarchical and collaborative supervision models.
- Be able to understand the most common variables in positive supervision experiences.
- Develop an understanding of principals of managing conflict in supervision.
- Increase knowledge of the ways in which to promote cultural competency in the supervisory relationship.
- Become aware of ideas in the research that promote ongoing development for supervisors.
About the Author
Deborah Converse, MA, NBCT graduated with a degree in Psychology from Stetson University in Deland, Florida and received an MA in Education for Emotionally Disabled Students from the University of Central Florida. She was awarded National Board Certification in 2000 as an Exceptional Needs Specialist, Birth to 21+ endorsement. In addition to teaching, Deborah has written programs, developed curriculum and conducted in-service training for school districts.
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