PYS 723: Supervision

Synonym:

86131 (for web registration)

Section:

A

Faculty:

Lorraine Mangione

Credits:

2

Seats:

20

Semester:

Fall 2012

Meeting Schedule:

Mon 8/27 (1:00PM-3:29PM)
Mondays 9/17 - 10/1 (1:00PM-3:29PM)
Mon 10/22 (1:00PM-3:29PM)
Mondays 11/5 - 11/19 (1:00PM-3:29PM)
Mondays 12/3 - 12/10 (1:00PM-3:29PM)

Description:

Competency Area: Management & Supervision

This course is designed to give students an introduction to supervision that is both didactic and experiential. The course begins with an overview of supervision, including such topics as the purpose and goals of supervision, theoretical models of supervision, roles in supervision, the development of the supervisor and the supervisee, the context of supervision, the evaluative process, the supervisory relationship, issues of diversity in supervision, ethics and supervisory practice, and research on supervision. After exploration and discussion of these areas, students' have an opportunity to observe faculty and field supervisors demonstrate supervision in the classroom, as well as practice the role of supervisor in small groups with their peers.