Bibliography of Instructional Supervision

Sources Available or Consulted

Brandt, R.  (1992). Reading From Educational Leadership On Performance Assessment.  Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

Brundage, S. E. (1996). What Kind Of Supervision Do Veteran Teachers Need? An Initiative to Expand Collegial Dialogue And Research. Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 12 (1), 90-94.

Caccia, P.  (1996). Linguistic Coaching: Helping Beginning Teaches Defeat Discouragement. Educational Leadership, 53 (6), 17-20.

Calabrese, R. L. & Zepeda, S. J.  (1997). The Reflective SupervisorLarchmont, NY: Eye on Education.

Cromwell, R. R. & Browne, C. S. (1993). A Clinical Program Prepares Teachers To Be Effective Change Agents. The Teacher Educator, 28, 37-46.

Cusimano, B. E., Darst, P. W. & Van Der Mars, H. (1994). Improving Your Instruction through Self Evaluation: Teacher Position and Active Supervision. Strategies, 7 (4), 26-29.

Cutler, A. & Ruopp, F.  (1993). Buying Time for Teachers’ Professional DevelopmentEducational Leadership, 50 (6), 4-11.

Darish, J. C. & Playko, M. A.  (1995). Supervision As A Proactive Process: Concepts And Cases (2nd ed.).  Prospects Heights, IL: Waveland Press, INC. 

Darling-Hammond, L. (1996). The Quiet Revolution: Rethinking Teacher DevelopmentEducational Leadership, 53 (6), 4-11.

Duffy, F.M. (2000). Reconceptualizing Instructional Supervision For 3rd Millennium School Systems. Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 15 (3), 123-145.

Ellermeyer, D. (1992). Principals And Teachers Unite: A Team Approach To Supervision And Evaluation. Journal of Instructional Psychology, 19 (3), 161-166.

Firestone, W. a. (1993). Why "Professionalizing" Teaching Is Not Enough. Educational Leadership, 50 (6), 6-11.

Huling, L. & Resta, V. (2001). Teacher Mentoring As Professional Development. ERIC Clearinghouse on Teaching and Teacher Education, (ED 460125).

Kerrins, J.A. & Cushing, K.S. (2000). Taking A Second Look: Expert And Novice Differences When Observing The Same Classroom Teaching Segment A Second Time. Journal of Personal Evaluation and Education, 14 (1), 5-24.

Nolan, J. & Hoover, L.A. (2004). Teacher Supervision And Evaluation: Theory Into Practice. Danvers, MA: Wiley& Jossey-Bass Education

Oliva, P. F., & Pawlas, G. E. (2004). Supervision For Today’s Schools. Danvers, MA: Wiley& Jossey-Bass Education.

Phillips, D. C.  (1995). The Good, The Bad, The Ugly: The Many Faces Of ConstructivismEducational Researcher, 24 (7), 5-12.

Ralph, E. G. (1994). Enhancing the Supervision Of Beginning Teachers: A Canadian Initiative. Teaching and Teacher Education. 10 (2), 185-103.  

Rowley, J. B. & Hart, P. (1996).  How Video Case Studies Can Promote Reflective DialogueEducational Leadership, 53 (6), 28-29. 

Sergiovanni, T. J. & Starratt, R. J. (1998). Supervision: A Redefinition (6th Ed.)New York, NY: McGraw Hill.

Showers, B. & Joyce, B. (1996).  The Evolution of Peer Coaching.  Educational Leadership, 53 (6), 12-16.

Siens, C. M.& Ebmeir, H. (1996). Developmental Supervision and the Reflective Thinking of Teachers. Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 11 (4), 299-319.

Silva, D.Y. & Dana, N.F. (2001). Collaborative Supervision in the Professional Development School. Journal of Curriculum and Supervision, 16 (4), 305-321.

Wiles, J. & Bondi, J. (1996).  Supervision: A Guide to Practice (4th Ed.)Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Merrill, Prentice Hall.

Zepeda, S.J. & Ponticeli, J.A. (1998). At Cross-Proposes: What Do Teachers Need, Want, And Get From Supervision? Journal Of Curriculum And Supervision, 14 (1), 68-87.