John Deering, Sharon Pike and Richard Thurston present a frank evaluation of an attempt to apply 'what works' principles to one-to-one supervision, which, despite apparently sound planning and design, ultimately failed to work as intended. They consider the potentially critical lessons of this experience for the wider 'what works' strategy, highlighting the importance of informed, committed and adequately resourced staff.
|Pages (from-to)||17 - 25|
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Mar 2001|
- individual supervision
- whats works