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ERIC Number: ED025488
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Oct
Pages: 48
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Reference Count: 0
Innovative Ideas in Student Teaching.
Amershek, Kathleen; Barbour, Chandler
This is a collection of reports on innovative practices in student teaching programs. The label "innovative" is justified on the basis of the investigation's scope. Identification of innovative student teaching practices was accomplished by contacting chief state school officers, chairmen and members of state commissions on teacher education and professional standards, executive committee members of the Student National Education Association (NEA), Student NEA consultants, authorities in administration and student teaching, officers of national organizations, and all Research and Development Laboratories and Regional Educational Laboratories. Another source was James S. Johnson's "National Survey of Student-Teaching Programs" (SP 001 883). Twenty-eight programs in 17 states are individually described and are evaluated in terms of which attributes (state plan, new position developed, interinstitutional cooperation, integrated professional program, individualization of experience, cross-cultural experience, technology, sensitivity training, or analysis of teaching) seemed most innovative for each program. Also provided are the name, address, and telephone number of the contact person for each program. (SG)
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Sponsor: National Education Association, Washington, DC. National Commission on Teacher Education and Professional Standards.; Maryland State Dept. of Education, Baltimore.
Authoring Institution: Maryland Univ., College Park. Coll. of Education.
Identifiers: California; Colorado; Far West Laboratory for Educational R and D CA; Georgia; Illinois; Kansas; Maine; Maryland; Michigan; Minnesota; New Jersey; New York; Oregon; Pennsylvania; Tennessee; Upper Midwest Regional Educational Laboratory; Utah; Washington; Wisconsin
Note: Presented at Nat. Conf. on "Role of the State Educational Agency in the Development of Innovative Programs in Student Teaching," Baltimore.