Speech given by President Jay L. Nelson at the AVA Convention at Denver, Colorado on December 7, 1966. Although the speech begins with an anecdote about Brigham Young, the main focus of the speech is "supervising to get better teaching." Nelson even defines a supervisor as "one who directs the activities of others and that his principal objective is the improvement of instruction." Combined with the "supervisor's ten commandments" this speech advocates for good supervisory techniques in education.
Original version: Jay L. Nelson Papers, Donated by Bruce Nelson; Archival digital version: SLCC Digital Archives. IN COPYRIGHT.
Scanned on Canon imageRunner Advance C5051; digital files converted to TIFF format using Adobe Acrobat.
Digitized by: Salt Lake Community College