1st Edition

Inspecting and Advising A Handbook for Inspectors, Advisers and Teachers

By Mrs Joan Dean, Joan Dean Copyright 1992
    252 Pages
    by Routledge

    252 Pages
    by Routledge

    Joan Dean offers sound practical guidance to advisers and inspectors at all levels. This includes the development of interpersonal skills, interviewing, organising advisory teams and managing one's own work.

    1 The advisory service 2 The roles of inspectors and advisers 3 The role of the advisory teacher 4 Skills with people 5 Inspecting and monitoring 6 Supporting and developing the work of teachers 7 In-service education 8 Relationships 9 Making appointments 10 Training and the advisory service 11 The organisation of the advisory team 12 Personal organisation


    Mrs Joan Dean

    `Inspector advisers will find this book invaluable as they take on their new roles.' - Perspective

    `Dean's book will be valuable for everyone who has a concern for teachers improving their skills or who has children's learning at heart.' - Times Educational Supplement

    `The roles of inspectors, and advisors and advisory teachers will change considerably in the future. Whatever their roles, this handbook will continue to offer guidance, practical help and assistance.' - Managing Schools Today