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作者 Carozza, Linda S
書名 Science of Successful Supervision and Mentorship : Engagement and Participation
出版項 San Diego : Plural Publishing, Incorporated, 2010
國際標準書號 9781597567398 (electronic bk.)
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說明 1 online resource (228 pages)
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附註 Intro -- CHAPTER 1 Introduction: Definitions and Introduction to Concepts Supervisors serve as the keepers of the faith and the mentors of the young. Theirs is a quiet profession that combines the discipline of science with the aesthetic creativity of art . . . It is a curious paradox that at their best they are the least visible. Ann Alonso, 'The Quiet Profession' Introduction to Concepts As stated in ASHA's position statement on clinical supervision in speech-language pathology (ASHA, 2008a), "clinical -- CHAPTER 2 Issues in Supervision Research: A Case Study Approach Tell me and I forget, teach me and I remember, involve me and I learn. Benjamin Franklin Supervision Models This chapter is an extension on the literature of the models of supervision described in the previous chapter, which were developed through empirical as well as case study research. These include the models developed by Anderson (1977), Dowling (1979), Mawdsley and Scudder (2005), McCrea and Brasseur (2003), McCready and Ralei -- CHAPTER 3 Current Approaches to Issues in Supervision Research Be the change you want to see in the world. Gandhi Overview A study of guided principles of supervision and its adaptations is increasingly critical given the complex challenges presented in the clinical arena. Therefore, it is important that supervisors do not take supervision as a given and endeavor to stay current with the latest practices and research trends. At the present time, the only requirement for becoming a supervisor is
CHAPTER 4 Multiple Perspectives Contributing to Supervision and Mentorship The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires. William Ward Overview This chapter continues the discussion of some of the issues inherent in clinical supervision and provides some expert opinions relating to supervision and mentorship. Included are key elements for developing self-awareness among professional individuals as our careers progress and as -- CHAPTER 5 Ethical Considerations in Supervision and Mentorship We can teach from our experience, but we cannot teach experience. Sasha Azevedo Introduction to Ethics Thus far, this book has explored the current status of supervision, relevant issues and challenges, responses to these issues, as well as strategies for dealing with these issues. As a lifelong practitioner, the scientific underpinnings applied in my research and practice as a clinician and a supervisor have been described. Case stu -- CHAPTER 6 Supervisory Competencies and Strategies The teacher who is indeed wise does not bid you to enter the house of his wisdom but rather leads you to the threshold of your mind. Kahlil Gibran Overview This chapter is divided into two sections. The first section focuses on several of the competencies necessary to be an effective supervisor, which include an understanding of interpersonal communication styles, cultural and linguistic factors, personal resilience, and sensitivity to social pow
CHAPTER 7 Evidence-Based Practice: Interplay Between Research and Practice Research is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought. William Osler The Need for Evidence-Based Practice All of the information contained in the previous chapters contributes to the establishment and upholding of evidence-based practice (EBP) within our field. According to ASHA (2005), evidence-based practice is the integration of: (a) clinical expertise, (b) best current evidence, an -- CHAPTER 8 Insights Into Mentorship and Supervision Mentoring is a brain to pick, an ear to listen, and a push in the right direction. John Crosby What Is Mentorship? Clark and Johnson (2000), who describe mentorship in psychology programs, state that mentors provide two primary functions: those fulfilling career goals and those fulfilling psychosocial goals. In general, there are five distinct characteristics of mentoring relationships according to the authors. A mentoring relationship is a help -- CHAPTER 9 A Model of Mentorship: Expert Practice Mentoring can provide insight that is "outside of our day-to-day life." The role of a mentor is to serve as a coach, a source of encouragement, a resource, a champion, and devil's advocate. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, n.d.(a) Overview Mentoring can be used to connect students to their intended area of clinical practice. In a study conducted in the United Kingdom, nursing students were matched to mentors on the basis of area of cl
CHAPTER 10 Learning from Experience: Future Directions for Clinical Supervision One mark of a great educator is the ability to lead students out to new places where even the educator has never been. Thomas Groome Overview Traditionally, supervision research and practice has maintained a predisposition toward conceptualizing clinical supervision as a strictly pedagogical process (such as Glaser & Donnelly's 1989 work on databased supervision methods) and often from positivistic paradigms in which -- CHAPTER 11 Conclusions We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give. Winston Churchill The purpose of this chapter is to conclude and review some of the salient points raised in the preceding chapters regarding the importance of recognizing and analyzing the scientific underpinnings of the study of research. The chapters have examined historical framework, leading scholarship, competencies and skills, and various underlying issues impacting supervision and mentorship in increa
With a global perspective, this book addresses the huge gap faced by students in the leap to clinical practice, drawing on the latest research, and contains commentary from leadership of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. It covers the scientific underpinnings of successful supervision and mentorship and, uniquely, uses a case study approach to present each of the teaching/supervision exemplars
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Carozza, Linda S. Science of Successful Supervision and Mentorship : Engagement and Participation San Diego : Plural Publishing, Incorporated,c2010 9781597561846
主題 Mentoring in medicine.;Medical students -- Supervision of.;Mentoring in medicine -- Case studies
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