Agus Taufiq


This article aims to explain the Model of Supervision of Development-Education (MSPK) as a result of literature
study in research on Development of Supervision Model to Improve School Counselor Professional Performance
(2010). This model has empirically been proven effective in improving the professional performance of school
counselors and is assumed to be applied effectively in supervising professionals in other areas of assistance
Other explanations include the MSPK framework and action steps, the theoretical foundations of learning and in
supervision and the role and qualifications of supervisors.


Supervision of development-education; Experiential-Learning; Reflection; Professional Learning


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