This book focuses on the fundamentals of supervision and how supervision can be utilised effectively. The authors are involved in the fields of education, counseling and clinical psychology. Written primarily by South African practitioners and trainers, the book is particularly relevant to the supervisors of counsellors and counsellor supervisees.
Chapter 1 Mediation of learning
Chapter 2 Using the language of learning and teaching (LoLT) appropriately during mediation of learning
Chapter 3 Overcoming barriers to learning through mediation
Chapter 4 The role of the learning process, learning styles and learner differences in the mediation of learning
Chapter 5 Teaching strategies
Chapter 6 Effective mediation of learning through the use of media and everyday resources
Chapter 7 Creating a learning environment conducive to the effective mediation of learning
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