Presentation on theme: "Chapter 6 Supervisory Behavior Continuum. Categories of Supervisory Behaviors Listening Clarifying Encouraging Reflecting Presenting Problem Solving Negotiating."— Presentation transcript:
Chapter 6 Supervisory Behavior Continuum
Categories of Supervisory Behaviors Listening Clarifying Encouraging Reflecting Presenting Problem Solving Negotiating Directing Standardizing Reinforcing
The Supervisory Behavior Continuum T s t S Nondirective Collaborative Directive Directive Informational Control
Outcomes of Conference Approach Nondirective Collaborative Directive informational Directive control Outcome Teacher self-plan Mutual plan Supervisor-suggested plan Supervisor-assigned plan
Johari Window 1. Public Self2. Blind Self 3. Private Self4. Unknown Self Known to Teachers Not Known to Teachers Adapted from Joseph Luft, Group Processes: An Introduction to Group Dynamics (New York: National Press Books, 1970) Known to Supervisor Not Known to Supervisor
Cognitive Dissonance The concept of cognitive dissonance is based on the premise that contradictory psychological evidence causes mental turmoil, and that efforts to resolve the mental turmoil can lead to perceptual and/or behavioral change.
Supervisor’s Self-Assessment Possible Results: 1.Supervisor and teacher satisfaction with supervisor performance. 2.Supervisor satisfaction and teacher dissatisfaction with supervisor performance. 3.Supervisor dissatisfaction and teacher satisfaction with supervisor performance. 4.Supervisor and teacher dissatisfaction with supervisor performance.
Practitioner Reflection: Re-Booting How does Galloway deal with the cognitive dissonance she is facing? How have you dealt with cognitive dissonance that you have experienced?