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This paper aims to identify secondary teachers' perspectives regarding educational supervision as well as the role of the inspector in convincing teachers of his/her applied supervisory method. The previous viewpoint has given way to a new one that believes in the developmental supervision method, as this new method stems from the supervisor's ability to anticipate the future and stay current on educational developments in the professional development field. This includes the ability to forecast future educational needs for the organization and the administrative direction of education. In addition, the developmental supervision method comprises the presentation of educational innovations and their incorporation into study programs, content, practices, and means, as well as the target audience. The goal is to prepare in advance for new roles and tasks to instill a sense of seriousness in the educational process and propel it forward.