Supervision, lives and audiotapes

What might be done to enhance learning, and add variety to and rejuvenate supervision sessions that feel like a duty rather than a joy? How can we get around the problems of limited and selective recall? Audiotapes may be the answer, say Liz Wiggins, Andrew Atter and Erik de Haan The use of audiotapes in reflective practice is well established in the field of action research. We believe they can be used in coach supervision to enhance learning as well as to liven up and add variety to sessions. Our cognitive limitations have implications for our supervision practice. Research from […]

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