ERIC Number: ED022733
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1968
Reference Count: N/A
Insite. Fourth Annual Report to the Ford Foundation (July 1, 1966-June 30, 1967). Part I, Coordinator's Summary, Evaluation of Resident Teachers, Liaison Conferences, Simulation, Graduate Studies, Orientation Seminar, 1966-67 Expenditures, Publications.
Rice, Arthur H.; And Others
This 1st part of a 4-part report of the 3rd year of the Instructional Systems in Teacher Education (Insite) Project is introduced by Insite's coordinator and executive director, Arthur H. Rice. General descriptions of the program and special reports by staff members are included. Described are the characteristics of resident teachers, responsibilities and functions of cooperating school personnel, and simulation. Special reports include "Interviews with Returning Elementary Resident Teachers," by Edward G. Buffie; "Interviews with Returning Secondary Resident Teachers," by R. Bruce McQuigg; "The Insite Orientation Seminar for Resident Teaching," by Jean York; "An Innovation in Graduate Studies: A Special Course for Resident Teachers Following Their Internship," by Vernon H. Smith; "Districts Represented by Liaison" and "Publications and Public Relations," by Rice. Also included are the resident teacher evaluation form; questions for individual interviews; a report of Insite expenditures through June 30, 1967; excerpts from "Improvements of Teacher Education," an address by Rice; a reprint of "Indiana Finds New Teachers Respond to New Training," an article by Rice which appeared in NATION'S SCHOOLS, plus news releases summarizing liaison conferences. Related documents are SP 001 557, SP 001 684, SP 001 685; SP 001 686. (SG)
Descriptors: Clinical Experience, Elementary School Teachers, Graduate Study, Preservice Teacher Education, Secondary School Teachers, Seminars, Simulation, Student Teachers, Teacher Education Curriculum, Teacher Evaluation, Teacher Improvement, Teacher Interns, Teacher Orientation, Teaching Experience, Teaching Methods, Training Methods
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Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Ford Foundation, New York, NY.
Authoring Institution: Indiana Univ., Bloomington. School of Education.