Making the Difference for Teachers: The Field Experience in Actual Practice

Making the Difference for Teachers: The Field Experience in Actual Practice

By: Gloria Appelt Slick (editor)Hardback

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The evolution of a student teacher to a qualified teacher in the United States is explored in this practical volume. An integral element of this evolutionary process is the role played by those who mould the new teachers: the university supervisor, cooperating teacher and school principal. A useful aid to all those involved in this transition, the book is designed for use during field experience seminars and teacher training sessions.


Foreword - Elden R Barrett Foreword - Aubrey K Lucas Introduction - Gloria Appelt Slick Preparing Invitational Teachers for Next-Century Schools - William Watson Purkey Supervising Student Teachers - Marvin A Henry A New Paradigm Assimilating the Culture of Teaching - Patricia T Whitfield The Student Teaching Experience Communication - Margaret H Shaw-Baker The Key to Successful Field Experiences Student Teaching - Lesley Peebles Fairley A Student Teacher's View Managing Someone Else's Classroom during Student Teaching - Robert E Knaub Can Every Teacher Be a Successful Mentor? - Sharon O'Bryan Rewarding the Practicing Professional - Sandra Weiser Making a Difference for Student Teachers through the Careful Preparation of Supervisors - Sharon Brennan Connecting Purposes - Gloria Appelt Slick Administrators' Views of Field Experiences Bits and Pieces - Gloria Appelt Slick and Kenneth Burrett Everything Else You Wanted to Know about Making Differences for People in Field Experiences

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780803962101
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 176
  • ID: 9780803962101
  • weight: 480
  • ISBN10: 080396210X

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