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ERIC Number: ED065496
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Mar
Pages: 13
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The Use of Microteaching Techniques to Train Student-Teachers in Stimulating Learners' Questions.
Perlberg, Arye; Kremer, Lya
This paper deals with the use of microteaching techniques to train student teachers in stimulating learners' questions. Research was carried out at the Gordon Teachers Training College, Haifa, Israel. A rating scale, including teaching patterns stimulating learners' questions, was prepared from the existing literature and the analysis of pilot micro-lessons. Twenty student teachers taught four micro-lessons each to seventh grade pupils; ten of them were supervised as a group, the others individually. The results show that microteaching helped student teachers acquire behavior stimulating learners' questions, and that group supervision was most effective to this end. A 17-item bibliography is included. (Author)
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Identifiers: Gordon Teachers Training College (Israel)
Note: Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Education Research Assn., April 1972, Chicago