Document Type

Graduate Project

Date of Degree Completion

Summer 1993

Degree Name

Master of Education (MEd)



Committee Chair

Jack L. McPherson

Second Committee Member

Gregory S. Chan

Third Committee Member

David N. Shorr


The purpose of this project was to determine the statistical relationship between the importance of clinical supervision practices and the frequency of their use. To accomplish this purpose, a review of the current literature and research regarding clinical supervision practices was conducted. In addition, seventy-five principals and assistant principals rated the importance and frequency of clinical supervision practices as identified in the literature. Implications for clinical supervision practitioners are discussed.