What is your definition of instructional supervision? What do you consider to be most important about instructional supervision? According to your own definition, what areas do you need to improve to become a better instructional supervisor? Instructional supervision involves actions taken by the administrator to make sure a school is a positive, safe place where learning occurs. It includes the administrator closely watching teacher’s lessons and interactions with students to ensure they are effectively teaching state standards and are inspiring students to reach their highest potential possible. It consists of providing guidance to teachers regarding instruction by providing feedback and available resources for professional development. An instructional supervisor should always be striving for school improvement and planning accordingly. One of the most important aspects of instructional supervision is providing teachers with effective feedback in which will help them grow as educators. It is vital that supervisors have the communication skills and knowledge necessary to help educators strengthen their skills to improve student learning. I think a challenging area for me would be providing teachers with available resources for professional development. I also think I need to be more knowledgeable of all content areas and grade levels , not just the ones that I have taught.
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