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ERIC Number: ED061151
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Sep
Pages: 15
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Off-Campus Laboratory Education.
Gilbreath, Allie Lou Felton
Milligan College instituted an off-campus laboratory program for its student teachers. A team of classroom teachers works with the prospective teachers. At the sophomore level some observation and teaching is done by students who are then evaluated. During the junior level a student is assigned one child to aid in reading abilities for 5 weeks. The senior level is instructed by a team from the education faculty. Topics including educational psychology and philosophy are taught, and during this time a stimulated program is utilized. Situational classroom problems are presented via film, role playing, and reading. A discussion follows as to the methods of handling these cases. Microteaching sessions are also conducted, with the student performance recorded on tapes and replayed as a basis for discussion of the correction of mistakes. Those involved feel that the microteaching has improved and accelerated the involvement of the student teacher with the teaching process. (JLF)
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Note: Paper presented to the 2nd Annual Meeting of the Clemson Reading Conference, Clemson College, South Carolina, Sept. 1971