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ERIC Number: ED003510
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1962
Pages: 200
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IMPROVEMENT OF STUDENT TEACHING--THE USE OF TELEVISION FOR IMPROVING TEACHER TRAINING AND FOR IMPROVING MEASURES OF STUDENT-TEACHING PERFORMANCE, PHASE 1.
SCHUELER, HERBERT; AND OTHERS
EVIDENCE WAS SOUGHT ABOUT THE USEFULNESS OF KINESCOPE RECORDINGS OF STUDENT-TEACHING PERFORMANCES IN THE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHER CANDIDATES. THIS REPORT, PHASE ONE, WAS CONCERNED WITH AN EVALUATION OF THREE SUPERVISORY METHODS--(1) SUPERVISION THROUGH PERSONAL VISITATION, (2) SUPERVISION THROUGH KINESCOPE RECORDINGS, AND (3) A COMBINATION OF VISITATION AND KINESCOPES. THE HYPOTHESIS OF PHASE ONE WAS THAT A STUDENT WOULD MAKE GREATER PROGRESS IF HE COULD OBSERVE HIS PERFORMANCE ON A KINESCOPE UNDER THE TUTELAGE OF A SUPERVISOR THAN HE COULD THROUGH DISCUSSION OF HIS PERFORMANCE BASED ON THE SUPERVISOR'S AND HIS OWN RECOLLECTION. MAJOR SOURCES OF DATA WERE--(1) ANALYSIS OF SCORES ON THE TEACHING OBSERVATION SCHEDULE, (2) RECORDED INTERVIEWS WITH STUDENTS, AND (3) REACTIONS OF THE SUPERVISORS. COMPARATIVE SCORES IN THE BEHAVIORAL OBSERVATION SCHEDULE REVEALED NO SIGNIFICANT SUPERIORITY OF ANY ONE METHOD. THE INTERVIEWS, HOWEVER, STRONGLY SUPPORTED THE COMBINATION METHOD. INTERPRETATIONS ARE GIVEN OF THE DISSIMILAR RESULTS. PHASE TWO WAS ASSIGNED ACCESSION NUMBER ED 003 511. (JC)
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Authoring Institution: City Univ. of New York, NY. Hunter Coll.
Identifiers: NEW YORK; New York (New York)