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ERIC Number: ED003011
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964-Jul
Pages: 125
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FUNCTIONS OF STUDENT TEACHING, ATTITUDE FORMATION, AND INITIATION IN ELEMENTARY STUDENT TEACHING.
BUTTON, H. WARREN; IANNACCONE, LAURENCE
STUDENT TEACHING WAS EXAMINED TO DESCRIBE THE PART THIS EXPERIENCE PLAYS IN MAKING A TEACHER. THREE HYPOTHESES WERE TESTED--(1) FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF THE EXPERIENCED TEACHER SUBCULTURE, STUDENT TEACHING HAS THE FUNCTION OF TRANSMITTING THE NORMS OF THAT SUBCULTURE TO THE STUDENT TEACHER, (2) FROM THE STANDPOINT OF THE STUDENT TEACHER, THE EXPERIENCE PROVIDED TEACHER NORMS AND REDUCED ANXIETY CONCERNING TEACHING, AND (3) FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF THE STUDENT TEACHER, STUDENT TEACHING CHANGED HIS SELF-IMAGE FROM THAT OF COLLEGE STUDENT TO TEACHER. FEMALE, ELEMENTARY STUDENT TEACHERS WERE SUBJECTED TO FOUR TESTING INSTRUMENTS AT THE BEGINNING, DURING, AND AT THE END OF THEIR STUDENT TEACHING EXPERIENCE. INTERVIEWS, ALSO, WERE CONDUCTED, AND DAILY DIARIES WERE ANALYZED. DATA DID NOT SUPPORT THE FIRST HYPOTHESIS, BUT INDICATED THAT STUDENT TEACHING SEEMS TO REDUCE ANXIETY RELATED TO BEING EVALUATED. STUDENT TEACHING ALSO APPEARED TO ENHANCE THE STUDENT TEACHER'S SELF-IMAGE AS A TEACHER. ANALYSIS OF DAILY DIARIES REFLECTED THE RELATIONSHIP OF ACTUAL STUDENT TEACHING PERFORMANCE TO PERSONAL ANXIETIES AND SELF-IMAGES. (WB)
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Authoring Institution: Washington Univ., St. Louis, MO. Graduate Inst. of Education.
Identifiers: MISSOURI; Missouri (Saint Louis)