In Redesigning Supervision, active professionals in teacher education and professional development share research-based, alternative models for restructuring the way pre-service teachers are supervised. The authors examine the methods currently used and discuss how teacher educators have striven to change or renew these procedures. They then present strategies designed to provide student teachers with powerful learning experiences that move beyond traditional models. A key final chapter offers future options, including informal supervision, inquiry-based supervision, and the use of an advisory group for pre-service teachers. This book includes contributions by Robert V. Bullough, Jr, C. J. Daane, M. Winston Egan, Virginia L. Keil, Jeffery D Nokes, and Elizabeth K. Wilson.