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ERIC Number: ED001568
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 4
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THE ROLE OF FIELD TEACHER AND FIELD ASSISTANT.
Oakland Unified School District, CA.
THE JOB OF FIELD TEACHER CONSISTS OF THREE MAIN DUTIES. FIRST, HE SETS UP THE PROGRAM BY SELECTING THE CHILDREN AND RECRUITING AND TRAINING PARENT AIDES. SECOND, HE COORDINATES THE PRESCHOOL CENTERS. THIS INCLUDES INTERPRETING THE PROGRAM TO SCHOOL PERSONNEL, ORGANIZING PARENT EDUCATION, PLANNING EXCURSIONS, ARRANGING INSERVICE AND STAFF MEETINGS, AND TAKING CHARGE OF PUPIL ENROLLMENT RECORDS. AND THIRD, HE COORDINATES THE ADULT EDUCATION CLASSES BY ARRANGING FOR MATERIALS AND CONTACTING RESOURCE PEOPLE. THE FIELD ASSISTANT REVIEWS CURRICULUM MATERIALS, AND DEVELOPS LESSONS AND AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS FOR PRESCHOOL CENTERS. THESE WILL BE DEMONSTRATED AT THE CENTERS AND AT INSERVICE MEETINGS. HE ALSO ASSISTS IN ALL ASPECTS OF THE PROGRAM WHICH WILL INFLUENCE CURRICULUM. THE FIELD TEACHER AND FIELD ASSISTANT ARE JOINTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR MAKING REPORTS AND SUMMARIES, PLANNING INSERVICE AND STAFF MEETINGS, CONSULTING WITH THE RESEARCH DEPARTMENT, THE CHILD STUDY CENTER AND OTHER SCHOOL PERSONNEL, KEEPING ABREAST OF PROFESSIONAL LITERATURE AND RESEARCH, SUBSTITUTING IN THE CENTERS, AND CONDUCTING PUBLIC RELATIONS ACTIVITIES. THE WEEKLY SCHEDULES OF THE FIELD TEACHER AND THE ASSISTANT ARE DESCRIBED.
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Authoring Institution: Oakland Unified School District, CA.
Identifiers: California (Oakland)