Smyth, John (1987) Cinderella Syndrome: A Philosophical View of Supervision as a Field of Study. Teachers College Record, 88 (4). pp. 567-588.

Teacher supervision is suffering from a legacy of being affiliated with an outmoded integration of science and technology. Dialectical supervision, which emphasizes empowering teachers with ways of knowing that involve continually confronting themselves and searching for more responsive and less dominant educative practices, is proposed as an oppositional view to that of hierarchical scientific management of teaching.

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