Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
This paper describes the project of humanizing large-scale supervision at the Casa Thomas Jefferson, a binational center in Brasilia-Brazil.
It presents the supervision model used in the past and its current, humanized version. It takes the opportunity to compare them and introduce the author’s beliefs and how these ideas have been developed throughout the years, aiming at an ideal supervision model that is centered on teachers’ needs for growing
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Teacher Education and Professional Development
Balbino de Carvalho Ferreira, Tsylla Maria, "Feedback-Who Needs it Anyway? A Project on Humanizing Large-Scale Supervision" (2000). MA TESOL Collection. 430.