Active Supervision - High School
What is the "Active Supervision" instructional strategy?
With "Active Supervision", the teacher moves about the room to keep proximity with students and scans the room to assess where instruction or feedback is most necessary. This provides students with immediate opportunities for feedback and, when applied in concert with other instructional strategies, increases the probability of success.
What are the "High School" context videos?
The High School videos focus on the application of the entire range of Primary Level strategies to students in High school classroom settings. The videos represent a cross section of student abilities, instructional focus, and group sizes.
The following is a list of all of the Primary Level training videos involving the "Active Supervision" instructional strategy within a High School context that are available for viewing.
(NOTE: All videos are in a streaming WMV file format, and clicking on the "Play video" link will open up Windows Media Player on your computer. Instructions for playing WMV files on a Macintosh computer can be found on this web page.)
|Video Names||Video Descriptions||Video Run Times||Video Links|
|B4||This video demonstrates the instructional strategies of Pre-correction/Prompting, Opportunities to
Respond, Specific Praise and Active Supervision within a Behavior instructional focus.
These strategies are being used in a High School, Individual and Group Instruction context with General Education/LBD students.
|44 seconds||Play video|
|M8||This video demonstrates the instructional strategies of Opportunities to Respond, Specific Praise,
and Active Supervision within a Math instructional focus.|
These strategies are being used in a High School, Group Instruction context with General Education/LBD students.
|1 minute, 56 seconds||Play video|