Interview paper

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Situation is im a early Eucation teacher trying to learn how to become a good Supervision. So I interview an Senior supervisor, she is also a principal. Interview information is in upload file. Plz follow format in Introduction and detail of Introduction is in upload file. this paper need double space and 3 to 4 pages.

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1.How do you cultivate trust in your relationship with your supervisee? I try to encourage for the trials of new program, curriculum and materials used throughout the day. I value the supervisee’s feedback and provide immediate feedback to assist her through the mistake. I become a good listener and take open communication seriously. 2.Tell me about your thought process when deciding what type of curriculum, you want to be part of? First we have to evaluate children who enroll into the program, what are their interest? developmental skills? and challenges? Strengths? The curriculum should be decided by all the teachers and do respect and support what the teachers are planning to do. 3.What was it like for your as a novice supervisor? I make mistakes and learn from my mistakes. I have a plan for my supervisee, however, everyone is different with strengths and challenges. I learn how to value their strengths and develop plan in accordance with each individual difference. 4.Tell me a story that inspired you to be who or where you are today. Working with children with special needs has provided me with a different perspective of teaching. I believe in inclusion. They have been my inspiration in how I want to develop my program. 5.Can you give an example or how you motivate staff, who are new or been in your program for a while? Find their strengths and plan the training in accordance with it. For example, when I see a therapist with strength in teaching social skills, I will guide her to develop the program and support her as needed. Allowing one to learn from her mistake is important for one to succeed. 6.How do you resolve a conflict between teachers? To be objective, listen to everyone who is involved, take time to talk to each of them. It is important to acknowledge the conflict, ask for more details and adapt a solution. 7.Tell me about a time that you implemented a change/policy and what was the result? When I plan to include a special education program into the existed preschool program. Here we are now, serving children with different abilities. 8.How do you handle a situation where parents/children/staff have channeling your supervision skills? Listen to them, think about the situation. If we have done our best, move on. If there is room for improvement, try to adapt the new approach. 9.Tell me what strategies do you implement to give constructive cultism and or objective feedback to your staff. Listen to them, observe them and follow up to provide immediate feedback. When providing feedback, give and example to evaluate what are needed to be targeted. For example, a teacher may not know how to evaluate a child’s developmental skill, then I will guide her through or refer her to a mentor. If a teacher who need more clarification about work ethic such as being late to work frequently, I will first ask why, and arrange the work schedule according to the result of the discussion. 10.How to you handle stress from supervising in your role? Exercise. Exercise. Exercise. Think positively. 11.Could you please share your insight on how do you keep on going communication with teachers, about daily school update? I involve in most of the daily routines throughout the day. I ask for feedback when needed. For each classroom, I text information to the group in the end of the day. I discuss individual issue privately. To be a good listener makes a big difference. 12.Tell me what you hope to accomplish in the next 5 years. There are three goals: establish a private school for children with special needs, write a book, and go back to teach in college. Handout # 2 Supervisor Interview Guideline SUPERVISOR INTERVIEW Interviews are a helpful and interesting way to get a first-hand perspective from a person who supervises. It is helpful to get current and useful information, while also thinking about how that information fits into your understanding and practice of supervision in the field of ECE. The purpose of this assignment is to interview a person who is currently supervising others in an ECE setting and to write a paper reflecting on the contents of the interview and how you might use the information to further your practice of supervision. Think about who you are most interested in learning from or about…a person in your agency? The position you aspire to in the future? Maybe you’d like to interview your current supervisor? Interviews are rich in information, but can be time consuming and finding times in busy lives can be a challenge. Allow yourself sufficient time to contact and set up an appointment with the person you would like to interview. Once you have identified a person and interview time, please prepare yourself in advance and be organized and punctual. Explain the purpose and format of the interview and ensure the confidentiality of any information shared in the interview. Interview Rubric Points/Criteria 40 pts. Meets requirement All criteria met. 25 pts. Minimally meets requirement Partial criteria met. 10 pts. Does not meet requirement No criteria met. Mechanics:  Uses correct grammar  Uses correct spelling There are no more than two misspelled words or grammatical errors. There are no more than four misspelled words or grammatical errors. There are five or more misspelled words or grammatical errors. Organization:  Logical sequence  Flow of though consistent Information and ideas are presented in a logical sequence which flows naturally and is engaging to the reader. Information and ideas are presented in order that the reader can follow with minimum difficulty. Information and ideas are poorly sequenced and the reader has difficulty following the thread of thought. Presentation:  Typed  Double-spaced  3-4 pages Edited Aug/18 SV Handout # 2 Supervisor Interview Guideline Clarity:  Relevant information  Applicable experience or idea Edited Aug/18 SV The central theme of the work is clear and the supporting ideas are well focused. The central theme of the work is identified and ideas generally support the theme. The central theme of the work is not well-defined and the ideas are not focused on the theme; thoughts are disconnected. Handout # 2 Supervisor Interview Guideline INTERVIEW PAPER: _________________________________________ (Supervisor’s Name) _________________________________________ (Interviewed by: Your Name) Introduction: Please share your reason to choose this particular person as our interviewee and your learning goal for conducting this interview Body: Type the answers to the interview questions on a separate piece of paper: QUESTIONS WILL BE CREATED IN CLASS IN A CO CONSTRUCTIVE MANNER Your learning: What did you as the interviewer learn from this experience? Conclusion: What is the next step for you? Edited Aug/18 SV ...
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Interview Paper
I interviewed a supervisor who is a principle on the issue of carrying out supervision. I
am an early education teacher and have a lot of interest in becoming a good supervisor. I have
had sought a lot of information on the topic of good supervision, and this is what lead me to
interview the principle on the topic of being good supervision. Supervision in education is a
critical component in working closely with the students and learning more about their problems
or difficulties there might be facing. A good supervisor also is charged with the mandate of
ensuring that a program is fully implemented and functional for the benefits of the participants. It
also entails being aware and appreciating the diversities amongst the participants. For instance,
the senior supervisor I interviewed noted that she included children with disabilities in her
program. Being a supervisor also involves having good conflict resolution abilities.
The senior supervisor was chosen as an interviewee for this interview because she had
substantial experience in the field of supervision. The interviewee was assured that all
information shared during the interview would be protected for confidentiality purposes. Consent
would be obtained from the interview to ensure she understands how information she shares will
be used. The principal has worked as a supervisor for long, and therefore this means she is
competent enough in her profession. As such, I was sure that the information I sought to be given
by the...

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