a. How reluctant is the teacher or group to assume decision-making responsibility?
b. How can the supervisor avoid influencing the teacher or group?
c. What is the supervisor's response to a teacher or group when asked for input?
d. What is the supervisor's method of engagement with the teacher or group during the
Kilgore (2001) summarizes the components of critical and postmodern perspectives of
adult learning in the following manner:
a. Knowledge is socially constructed along with power as a factor in learning.
b. Power can be possessed by principals, a culturally biased group, or a culturally
relevant bias to one group.
c. Dominant influence or authority (hegemony) to preserve inequities is linked to
structures of privilege and oppression.
d. Knowledge is multifaceted and shifts to the experience and context of the knower.
Action Research is a framework for integrating the technical tasks of supervision into a
program addressing diversity. What are the key considerations?
a. Integrate the technical tasks (direct assistance, group development, professional
development, curriculum development and action research)