Description: This lesson describes the value of active supervision and the three practices that are involved in the process of actively supervising the classroom – moving, scanning, and interacting. Active supervision verbally and non-verbally communicates to students the certainty that you do inspect what you expect.
- List and describe the three elements of active supervision
- Connect active supervision with encouraging expected behavior and discouraging unexpected behavior.
- What is the benefit of continuously moving throughout the classroom? Visually scanning the classroom? Frequently interacting with students?
Moving: circulating among the students in the classroom.
Scanning: frequently and intentionally looking around at the students in the classroom.
contingent and non-contingent attention to the students in the classroom.