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creative ideas, but she is suffering since she lacks solid classroom management skills. I thought the rookie teacher would figure out some solutions over the summer, so far, little improvement has been noticed. Linda seems discouraged, and I am concerned that Linda will become another statistic—another sprightly young teacher who ends up leaving a career that can’t afford to lose somebody with her kind of potential. I realized that potential and determined to step in with some support. With this in mind, I arrange a meeting with Ms. Linda. Pre-observation conference: This is a formative conference between a novice teacher, Ms. Linda and the supervisor, me. I was seated behind my desk as Ms. Linda walked in. I invited Ms. Linda to sit down in a chair directly across from me.

Supervisor: “Ms. Linda, I would like you to know I really appreciate your insistent belief and zeal for work. I admire the wonderful ideas you have brought to our curriculum. I am especially impressed about the bulletin board decorated in your classroom. I noticed that you tried very hard to maintain your classroom organized. I wonder if you have any concerns that you would like to share with me.

Ms. Linda: “Thanks for offering this chance to discuss my thoughts with you. I actually need your support to get through this problem. I have discovered that I had a difficult time to manage the circle time since several children always misbehaved at that moment. I don’t know how to bring their
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