Develop program curricula and direct teaching personnel of school systems.
What does an Education Supervisor do?
Develops program curriculum and directs teaching personnel of school system: Confers with teaching and administrative staff to plan and develop curriculum designed to meet needs of students. Visits classrooms to observe effectiveness of instructional methods and material. Evaluates teaching techniques and recommends changes for improving them. Provides teachers with supplies, equipment, and visual and other instructional aids. Conducts workshops and conferences for teachers to study new classroom procedures, new instructional materials, and other aids to teaching. Assists in recruitment and in-service training of teachers. May be designated according to subject matter field or department administered as Supervisor, Adult Education; Supervisor, Agricultural Education; Supervisor, Elementary Education; Supervisor, Home Economics; Supervisor, Industrial Arts Education; Supervisor, Modern Languages; Supervisor, Trade And Industrial Education.