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Caruso, Joseph J., 1943-
Supervision in early childhood education : a developmental perspective / Joseph J. Caruso with M. Temple Fawcett
3rd ed
New York : Teachers College, Columbia University, c2007
book jacket
Location Call Number Status
 4th Floor  LB2822.7 .C37 2007    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) School supervision -- United States
Early childhood education -- United States
Child development -- United States
Educational surveys -- United States
Physical Description xii, 273 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 239-252) and index
Contents Myths about supervision -- Early childhood programs : implications for supervision -- Supervisors and staff : roles and responsibilities -- Caring, knowing, and imagining -- The developmental dynamic -- Supervisor development -- Supervisee development -- The developmental dynamic at work : a case study in supervision -- Clinical supervision -- The supervisory conference -- Observation and analysis -- Special issues affecting early childhood supervision -- The career ladder/lattice : a framework for staff recruitment, development, and evaluation -- Staff recruitment, selection, and orientation -- Staff development and learning -- Staff evaluation and learning -- Appendix: Organizational resources
NOTE Gift from an anonymous donor, 2010
Series Early childhood education series (Teachers College Press)
Alternate Author Fawcett, M. Temple, 1928-

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