Effective supervision to support teachers be confident, intentional educators.
As leaders, we are always looking for ways to be effective and reflective supervisors. Reflective Supervision is a way to build relationships and help teachers grow into confident, intentional educators. Join us as we discuss how using Reflective Supervision techniques can deepen and strengthen our connections through collaboration and a strength-based approach, and how self-awareness, observation, and flexibility play a role in this work. We’ll look at effective leadership, how we are currently leading, creating reflective meetings, and how to find the time so that we can fold Reflective Supervision into our practice.
Presented by: Denise Moyes-Schnur
Denise Moyes-Schnur has worked in the field of Jewish Early Childhood Education for over forty years. During that time, she has worked as preschool director, consultant, mentor, and coach, and has worked in national programs such as the Jewish Early Childhood Education Initiative and the Jewish Early Childhood Education Leadership Initiative. Denise currently works as Associate Director of the Jewish Early Childhood and Family Engagement Initiative for the San Francisco Jewish Community Federation, where she oversees the Jewish Resource Specialist Program, the Next Gen Internship Program, MentorLab and professional development for Early Childhood Educators in the San Francisco Bay Area. Denise holds a master’s degree in Early Childhood Leadership from Mills College.
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