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ERIC Number: ED010722
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965-Oct-9
Pages: 15
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Reference Count: 0
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THE ROLE OF THE COOPERATING TEACHER.
HALLMAN, CLEMENS L.
CLOSE COOPERATION IS NEEDED BETWEEN SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES ENGAGED IN PREPARING FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHERS IF STUDENT TEACHING IS TO BE AN EFFECTIVE PHASE OF THIS TRAINING. MEANINGFUL SUPERVISION OF THE STUDENT TEACHER REQUIRES LONG-RANGE PLANNING BETWEEN THE SUPERVISING TEACHER IN THE COLLEGE AND THE COOPERATING TEACHER IN THE SCHOOL WHO, AS LIAISON, ORIENTS THE STUDENT TEACHER INTO ALL PHASES OF THE SCHOOL PROGRAM. BOTH COLLEGE AND SCHOOL FACULTY SHARE THE RESPONSIBILITY FOR PROVIDING THE STUDENT TEACHER WITH PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE IN CONTROLLING CLASSES, SELECTING AND PRESENTING MATERIALS OF DIFFERENT AGE AND ABILITY GROUPS, PROVIDING INDIVIDUAL HELP TO STUDENTS, EVALUATING STUDENTS PROGRESS, PLANNING, CONSTRUCTING LESSON PLANS, MOTIVATING STUDENTS, AND UNDERSTANDING THE TERM "PROFESSIONAL" IN ITS RELATIONSHIP TO PUPILS AND FACULTY. THE DOCUMENT INCLUDES A CHECK LIST FOR LESSON OBSERVATIONS AND AN APPENDIX ON THE DUTIES AND EVALUATION OF THE COOPERATING TEACHER. THIS PAPER IS BASED ON A TALK BY PROFESSOR HALLMAN AT THE CENTRAL INDIANA CONFERENCE FOR SUPERVISING TEACHERS (INDIANAPOLIS, OCTOBER 9, 1965). (AM)
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Identifiers: Indiana (Indianapolis)