ERIC Number: ED029830
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Reference Count: 0
Professional Growth Inservice of the Supervising Teacher. Forty-Fifth Yearbook, 1966.
Association for Student Teaching, Washington, DC.
This document introduces types and examples of inservice education which concentrate on the special competencies expected of supervising teachers. Thirty-five supervising competencies are outlined and individually explained as they relate to classroom procedures, relationships with the student teacher, responsibility of the student teacher, personal characteristics, and professional role. The review of inservice education for supervisors is presented first through a broad overview of existing types (workshops, college-school cooperation in conferences and in evaluation of teacher education programs, printed materials, professional organizations' publications and activities, laboratory schools, and new media and methods) and secondly through a capsule report on five specific programs--statewide programs in Florida and Georgia, institution programs at the University of Oregon and Indiana State University, and a school system program in Hardin County, Georgia. An 18-item selected bibliography for supervising teachers is appended along with a 140-item annotated bibliography on student teaching with reference also to teacher education in general, internship, campus and off-campus schools, supervision, new media, and urban schools. (LP)
Descriptors: Annotated Bibliographies, Cooperating Teachers, Inservice Teacher Education, Student Teaching, Teacher Characteristics
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Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association for Student Teaching, Washington, DC.
Identifiers: Florida; Georgia; Indiana State University; University of Oregon