Under-appreciated Qualities of Good Instructional Supervisors
5. They have an admirable propensity for explaining what they do to friends and family members since no one ever knew what an instructional supervisor was when they were in school.
4. Their job is to help people teach more effectively, and everyone doesn’t always like constructive feedback.
3. They teach no students but are held accountable for all students.
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