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ERIC Number: ED030587
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Student Teaching: The State of the Art.
Pogue, Graham
This paper discusses the efforts of institutions to cope with seven problems faced by directors of student teaching programs. Problem 1, "What is a desirable sequence of student teaching experience and how can it be scheduled?" lists major developments and changes in all professional laboratory experiences including internship programs. Problem 2, "How can the efficiency of learning in professional laboratory experiences be increased?" notes the use of such techniques as closed-circuit TV, video tapes and motion pictures, microteaching, and simulation. Problem 3, "How can satisfactory facilities for student teaching be provided?" describes the increasing need for cooperation between colleges and school systems. Problem 4, "How can adequate supervision from the colleges and universities be provided?" notes the use of team supervision and the changing roles of college supervisors and clinical professors. Problem 5, "How can student teaching be adequately financed?" pinpoints questions regarding public vs. private responsibility, student fees, and federal funds. Problem 6, "What can be done to improve student teaching?" summarizes two theories of classroom supervision: a scientific analytic vs. an emotional emphasis approach to teaching. Problem 7 is "How can the student teaching program be utilized to bring about innovation and change in educational practices?" SP 002 691 is a related document. (JS) -
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