ERIC Number: ED044364
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
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Pre-Student Teaching Laboratory Experiences.
Verduin, John R., Jr.; Heinz, Charles R.
This book (paperback), developed for preservice teachers in pre-student teaching laboratory experiences at Southern Illinois University, is intended also for wider use. The first half (text section) has three parts. Part 1 includes rationale for educational laboratory experiences and discussion of student, administrator, and classroom teacher roles. Part 2 deals with methods, models, and techniques. Its main chapter advances an instructional model of seven main components: social system, entering behavior assessment, specification of behavioral objectives, learning unit and procedures, presenting learning units, student performance, and feedback and assessment. Other chapters offer suggestions for ways trainees may use the models for data collection and information gathering and discuss guidelines for critical assessment of teaching behavior. The five chapters in Part 3 describe types of experiences for moving trainees into direct contact with teaching-learning situations: September Experience, Teacher Aide Experience, Elementary Block Program, Secondary Laboratory Experiences. The second half (appendixes--perforated for easy removal) contains guides for assessing and practicing appropriate teaching behavior. Included are observation guides, checklists, and evaluation forms for each type of laboratory experience and for instructional analysis and planning, e.g., interaction analysis tally sheet and matrixes, lesson plan outlines, Laboratory Experience Rating Scale. (JS)
Descriptors: Evaluation Criteria, Evaluation Methods, Field Experience Programs, Guidelines, Instruction, Models, Practicums, Teacher Behavior, Teacher Education, Teacher Evaluation, Teaching Skills
Kendall-Hunt Publishing Co., Dubuque, Iowa ($4.75; in quantity, $3.80)
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