2 edition of Learning through supervision found in the catalog.
Learning through supervision
Annette Marie Garrett
|Statement||preface by George E. Gardner.|
|Series||Smith College Studies in social work; vol 24, no.2|
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[Emily Fenichel; National Center for Clinical Infant Programs, Arlington, VA.] -- Eighteen work group papers, several of which previously appeared in "Zero to Three," the Bulletin of the National Center for Infant Clinical Progams, are.
Learning through supervision and mentorship to support the development of infants, toddlers, and their families: A source book (pp. 9–17). Washington, DC: Zero to Three.
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• T. came to supervision prepared to discuss cases and review tapes, but the S. used the entire session to learning theory. Cognitive Models • Similar to behavioral, but with cognitive twist Supervisees go through different stages of development A different supervisory approach is.
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~ Setting learning goals for the supervision and a form of supervision training plan Goals of Supervision should be ~ Clearly stated, attainable, specific, measurable and observable ~ In writing (individual development plan, IDP) and agreed upon by the supervisor and supervisee ~ Contain specific action steps to bring about the outcome.
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