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Every early care and education program deserves a qualified and competent supervisor. This pioneering text continues to address the special needs of administrators and staff to help them expand and improve their supervisory skills. The first to provide guidelines and practical suggestions for staff training and development in early childhood settings, this classic volume is still the best choice for those supervising staff from a wide variety of educational and cultural backgrounds. In this twentieth anniversary edition, it is updated to reflect the many changes that have taken place in the field.
Table of Contents
|The supervisory context|
|Myths about supervision||p. 3|
|Early childhood programs : implications for supervision||p. 10|
|Supervisors and staff : roles and responsibilities||p. 30|
|A developmental perspective|
|Caring, knowing, and imagining||p. 47|
|The developmental dynamic||p. 56|
|Supervisor development||p. 78|
|Supervisee development||p. 92|
|The developmental dynamic at work : a case study in supervision||p. 102|
|A framework for supervision|
|Clinical supervision||p. 109|
|The supervisory conference||p. 113|
|Observation and analysis||p. 135|
|Special issues affecting early childhood supervision||p. 156|
|Staff recruitment, development, and evaluation : a continuum|
|The carer ladder/lattice : a framework for staff recruitment, development, and evaluation||p. 175|
|Staff recruitment, selection, and orientation||p. 183|
|Staff development and learning||p. 192|
|Staff evaluation and learning||p. 214|
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