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ERIC Number: ED012705
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Oct
Pages: 1
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NO LONGER "NO STUDENT TEACHING."
REISTER, FLOYD N.
NEW JERSEY IS NOW REQUIRING ALL TEACHERS APPLYING FOR A SUBSTANDARD CERTIFICATE WHO HAVE NOT DONE APPROVED STUDENT TEACHING TO PARTICIPATE IN AN INSERVICE SUPERVISED TEACHING PROGRAM. FOR EIGHT SEMESTER HOURS EXTENDING OVER TWO COLLEGE TERMS, THE TEACHER IS HELPED BY SCHOOL AND COLLEGE SUPERVISORS TO (1) PLAN DAILY AND WEEKLY PROGRAMS, (2) DEVELOP TEACHING MATERIALS (AND REVISE THEM), METHODS OF PRESENTATION, MAINTENANCE OF DISCIPLINE, AND A POSITIVE RELATIONSHIP WITH THE CLASS, AND (3) EVALUATE THE PROGRAM. WEEKLY AND BIWEEKLY SEMINARS OFFER LECTURES AND DISCUSSIONS ON SUCH AREAS AS CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT, LESSON PLANNING, EVALUATION OF LEARNING, DISCIPLINE, GENERAL AND SPECIAL METHODS OF TEACHING, MATERIALS IN SPECIAL FIELDS, GUIDANCE, AND SCHOOL ORGANIZATION. THIS ARTICLE WAS PUBLISHED IN "NJEA REVIEW," OCTOBER 1966. (AF)
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Identifiers: NEW JERSEY EDUCATION ASSOCIATION