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ERIC Number: ED002115
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1959-Dec
Pages: 5
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SUPERVISING THE BEGINNING TEACHER.
LEWIS, CLAUDIA; WINSOR, CHARLOTTE B.
AN ATTEMPT TO REDUCE THE PERIOD OF STUDENT TEACHING BY A SUPERVISED WORK-STUDY PLAN WAS PRESENTED. THE PURPOSES WERE TO EXERIMENT WITH A PLAN WHICH INVOLVED INSERVICE SUPERVISION FOR BEGINNING TEACHERS WITH A RELATIVE REDUCTION OF PRESERVICE TRAINING, TO EVALUATE THE RESULTS, AND TO GRADUALLY INTRODUCE CHANGES INTO THE TOTAL PROGRAM. AT THE END OF HER SEMESTER OF SUPERVISION, THE STUDENT INDICATED HOW WELL SHE HAD UNDERSTOOD THE PROFESSION OF TEACHING BY A SELF-EVALUATIVE STATEMENT. SUCH PROBLEMS AS JOB PLACEMENT FOR THOSE STUDENTS WHO ENTER IN SEPTEMBER AND ARE READY TO TEACH IN FEBRUARY WERE ALSO GIVEN. THIS ARTICLE WAS REPRINTED FROM "EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP", VOLUME 17, NUMBER 3, DECEMBER 1959.
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Authoring Institution: Bank Street Coll. of Education, New York, NY.
Identifiers: New York (New York)