University Supervisors

University Supervisors play crucial roles in the Preservice Teachers’ initial teaching and professional placement experiences.

Role of the University Supervisor

The role of the University Supervisor is outlined above and a sample teaching observation form can be downloaded here. 

Teaching Observation Form

Structuring your Supervision

The structure of your supervision should be guided by the requirements in Fitness to Practice, while also considering each Preservice Teacher’s individual needs. For examples of how to structure your supervision please refer to the following documentation:

Fitness to Practice in Professional Experience Placements Inherent Requirements Guidelines and Procedures

Fitness to Practice in Professional Experience Placements Concerns Process

Fitness to Practice in Professional Experience Placements Inherent Requirements developmental opportunities

Reports & Teacher Performance Assessment

For information about reports and performance assessment please refer to the information outlined in Your Placement Journey.

How to become a University Supervisor

Please submit your resume and cover letter along with your Working With Children Check, Responding to Abuse and Neglect and your current Teacher Registration to:

eds-peo@unisa.edu.au 

Subject Line: University Supervisor Expression of Interest.