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ERIC Number: ED011334
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Dec
Pages: 32
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Reference Count: 0
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STUDENT TEACHING CENTER PROJECT. FINAL REPORT.
FISCHER, STEPHEN J.; GODDU, ROLAND J.B.
STUDENT TEACHING CENTERS WERE ESTABLISHED TO MORE EFFECTIVELY CONDUCT STUDENT TEACHER PROGRAMS THROUGH AN INCREASED EMPHASIS ON THE ROLE OF SUPERVISION. A STUDENT TEACHING CENTER IS AN ADMINISTRATIVE ARRANGEMENT WHERE THE SCHOOL AND UNIVERSITY JOINTLY PAY THE SALARY OF A MASTER TEACHER, CALLED A RESIDENT SUPERVISOR, WHO IS GIVEN RELEASED TIME FOR THE SUPERVISION OF STUDENT TEACHERS, CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT, AND INSERVICE TRAINING OF JUNIOR STAFF. CENTERS WERE ESTABLISHED FOR FOUR SUBJECT AREAS IN THREE SCHOOL SYSTEMS AND WERE STAFFED BY HARVARD FACULTY MEMBERS, ADVANCED DOCTORAL STUDENTS, AND PUBLIC SCHOOL FACULTY MEMBERS. EVALUATION OF THE PROJECT RESULTED FROM STUDENT TEACHER RESPONSES TO QUESTIONNAIRES AND INTERVIEWS WITH THE RESIDENT SUPERVISORS. FINDINGS ILLUSTRATED THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A WELL-CONTROLLED AND SUPPORTIVE INDUCTION OF STUDENT TEACHERS INTO THE TEACHING PROFESSION. (GD)
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Authoring Institution: Harvard Univ., Cambridge, MA. Center for Research and Development in Educational Differences.
Identifiers: CAMBRIDGE