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Special Interest Groups: Exemplary Supervisory Practices

The purpose of the Exemplary Supervisory Practices SIG is to form a community of learners interested in the theory and best practices associated with clinical supervision.  The university-based and school-based members are encouraged to share clinical models, teaching ideas, research and theory, intern development strategies, and resources to help meet the challenges of preparing teachers for the 21st century.

Sylven Beck
Director, Elementary Education Program
Department of Teacher Preparation & Special Education
Graduate School of Education & Human Development
The George Washington University
2134 G Street, NW - #406
Washington, DC 20052
Tel: 202-994-9084
Fax: 202-994-3365
Email: sbeck@gwu.edu

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