Which of the following describes how the nondirective approach is used in
developmental supervision? The nondirective approach is used with
a. levels of expertise and training.
b. specific teachers who are at high levels of abstraction and motivation.
c. professional development training.
d. all of above.
Miller and Seller (1985) describe metaorientations, that emphasize the orientation will
be created by the curriculum development team. Which of the following approaches
and definitions are described accurately?
a. Transmission " stresses mastery of traditional school subjects through teaching
b. Transactional " focuses on personal and social change
c. Transformational - views as a dialogue between the student and curriculum
d. All of the above
In the use of listening behavior, the supervisor
a. waits until the initial statement is made by the teacher.