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ERIC Number: ED010849
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 164
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Reference Count: 0
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THE STUDENT-TEACHING TRIAD--THE RELATIONSHIP OF ATTITUDES AMONG STUDENT TEACHERS, COLLEGE SUPERVISORS, AND COOPERATING TEACHERS.
YEE, ALBERT H.
INTERPERSONAL ATTITUDINAL RELATIONSHIPS AMONG STUDENT TEACHERS, COOPERATING TEACHERS, AND COLLEGE SUPERVISORS IN THE TEACHER-TRAINING TRIAD WERE INVESTIGATED. RELIABILITY TESTS RUN ON THE INSTRUMENTS USED IN THIS STUDY SHOWED THAT THE INSTRUMENTS WERE INTERNALLY CONSISTENT AND DID REVEAL ATTITUDINAL RELATIONSHIPS. A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK WAS DEVELOPED AROUND THE STUDENT-TEACHING TRIAD, AND CERTAIN QUESTIONS WERE RAISED CONCERNING THE INTERPERSONAL BEHAVIOR EVENTS INVOLVING THE STUDENT TEACHER ACTING AS A FOLLOWER AND HIS COLLEGE SUPERVISOR AND COOPERATING TEACHER ACTING AS LEADERS. THE STUDY'S RESULTS, BASED ON EVIDENCE GATHERED FROM 124 TRIADS, INDICATED THAT THE FOREMOST CONCERN FOR WORKERS IN STUDENT TEACHING IS THE DEVELOPMENT OF GREATER COHESIVENESS AND INTERACTION IN THE STUDENT-TEACHING TRIAD. THE RESULTS, HOWEVER, SHOWED THAT THE TRIAD RELATIONSHIPS MORE OFTEN RESEMBLED COMPETITIVE TRIAD SETTINGS RATHER THAN COOPERATIVE TRIAD SITUATIONS. (GD)
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Authoring Institution: Texas Univ., Austin. Coll. of Education.
Identifiers: Texas (Austin)