ERIC Number: ED366548
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1992
Reference Count: N/A
Learning To Teach in North Carolina. Model Clinical Teaching Network.
North Carolina Univ., Chapel Hill.
Twelve North Carolina colleges and universities received state funds to support 3-year pilot programs related to clinical teaching in teacher education. Descriptions of the 12 programs, collectively known as the Model Clinical Teaching Network, are given in this report. These pilot projects include one or more of the following features: use of summer periods to provide teacher education students with paid supervised teaching activities; strong supervised teaching experience during the first year or two of full-time teaching; cooperative development of one- and two-year clinical teaching programs for beginning teachers; and incorporation of experienced school teachers as clinical faculty with major responsibility for methods courses and student teacher supervision. The chapter titles are: "The Wisdom of Practice and the Magic of Technology Applied to the Clinical Preparation of Teachers"; "A Full Year's Perspective on Learning to Teach"; "Reflective Teaching in a Summer Clinical Model"; "A Developmental Approach to Teacher Education"; "Summer Student Teaching"; "Teacher Education through School-University Collaboration"; "Teacher Education through Partnership Model Summer School Program"; "Preparation of Public School Master Teachers To Be University Supervisors of Student Teachers"; "Summer Student Teaching of Children with Handicaps"; "Reform of Curriculum and Instruction in Teacher Education and in Elementary Schools"; "A Medical Education Model for Teacher Education"; "A Partnership of Equals: University Professors and Public School Teachers"; and "A Case Study Approach to Clinical Teaching." (IAH)
Descriptors: Beginning Teacher Induction, Case Studies, College School Cooperation, Cooperating Teachers, Curriculum Development, Distance Education, Electronic Mail, Elementary School Teachers, Elementary Secondary Education, Higher Education, Inservice Teacher Education, Preservice Teacher Education, Program Descriptions, Rural Schools, Secondary School Teachers, Special Education, Student Teacher Supervisors, Student Teaching, Summer Programs, Teacher Education Curriculum, Teacher Educator Education, Tutorial Programs
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: North Carolina Univ., Chapel Hill.
Identifiers: Clinical Teacher Education; North Carolina