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When to Use Directive Informational Behaviors

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Transcript of When to Use Directive Informational Behaviors

When to Use Directive Informational Behaviors


Directive Informational Behaviors
Directive informational behaviors revolve on:
Issues with this Approach
The supervisor must be confident that he or she knows what practices will work and help the teacher, and the teacher must believe it too.
Idea 1
Idea 2
Directive Informational vs. Directive Control
Language is key.
When to Use Directive Informational Behaviors
Use the following guidelines to help determine
when directive informational behaviors are needed.
Describe the idea you think is best
Conclusion
Directive informational supervision is used to help guide the teacher in considering practices that would improve self and/or student performance.
EXPERTISE
The supervisor is the expert.
Confidence and Credibility
The teacher is confident that the supervisor is knowledgeable and will not lead him or her astray.
Limiting Choice
The supervisor provides selective resolution choices for the teacher to choose from.
Directive Control
Similar to a judge or police officer:

- directives are given that MUST be followed

-no choices
Directive Informational
Similar to a physician or attorney

- expert advice is given

- advice does not have to be followed but is highly adviced
Success
-The teacher follows the advice because he or she believes the supervisor's expertise will lead to success.
Teacher
Use when the teacher:
- is at low developmental levels

-lacks the knowledge about the issue

-believes the supervisor is credible
Supervisor
Use when the supervisor:
-knows successful practices and solutions

-is willing to accept responsibility for the teacher's actions and the results of the change

-needs to make a quick decision
Summary
Use when the teacher needs help and the supervisor knows how to help.
Pro
The teacher receives much needed guidance and advice.
Con
The supervisor is ultimately responsible for the success or failure of the practice suggested to the teacher.
Pro
Con
Pro
Con
Pro
Con
Be Careful with the Language
Issue sound, highly recommended suggests,

NOT demands.

Directive Informational
NOT
Directive Control
How it will help
It helps provided guidance to teachers with might have low developmental levels, who are confused or inexperienced, or just at a lost for what to do with a situation.
Supervisor Responsibilities
-must be knowledgeable about what will resolve the issus

-must take full responsibility for outcome
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
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