M310 - Refining Teacher Supervision

  • Ciclo: 2020
  • Nivel: Management
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Estado: Terminado
  • Lugar: ESSARP
  • Capacitador/es: Inés Stefani

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1 19 Feb 2020 09:30 AM 12:30 PM


Inés Stefani

Inés Stefani is a Uruguayan teacher who graduated from "Magisterio" in 1980 and since then has taught at bilingual schools. In 1989 she graduated as a Reading Recovery teacher in New Zealand. She has worked and studied for 4 years in that country. She later completed a Bachelors of Education in Teaching, and a Masters Degree in Teaching at the University of Auckland in New Zealand as well as a Certificate in School Middle Management, at UNITEC, Auckland, New Zealand. Inés has been doing consultancy work, in the field of literacy acquisition, nationally and internationally, especially in Brazil and Argentina since 2003. She was Academic Principal from 2005 to 2010 and Head of School from 2011 to 2017 at Woodlands School, in Montevideo, Uruguay. She has just recently retired from that job, after 37 years of teaching, and is back doing consultancy work.She is currently teaching at Universidad de Montevideo at Magisterio Bilingual.


Heads of department, coordinators and supervisors. Teachers willing to fill these posts


- Viewing teacher supervision as a means of developing teacher efficacy in order to enhance student learning
- Discussing Teacher Performance Appraisal Systems
- Analysing the verbs associated with supervision
- Getting to know “Learning Walks”: a friendly and manageable way to keep in touch with what happens in class
- Looking at Induction Programmes for new teachers
- Understanding the power of a comprehensive Teacher Handbook
- Providing support and guidance to teachers


High quality teaching is essential to improving student outcomes and reducing gaps in student achievement. The Teacher Performance Appraisal System provides teachers with meaningful appraisals that encourage professional learning and growth.

- The role of principals to make a difference to instructional leadership
- The importance of a sound and comprehensive teacher appraisal system in schools
- Learning walks: a friendly and manageable way to keep in touch with what happens in class
- Characteristics of the adult teaching/learning situtation
- Collaborative practices


- Presentations - Discussions - Sharing experiences


How to make the most of teacher appraisal By Anna Sullivan

Perspectives / The Importance of Being a Colleague, Marge Scherer

Reading By Example Thoughts on Literacy Education and School Leadership

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