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ERIC Number: ED051544
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Feb
Pages: 55
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Testing Interdisciplinary Models of Dialogue Settings for Improving the Effectiveness of Supervisor's Verbal Behaviors in a Supervisory Conference.
Michalak, Daniel A.
This document reports on a study that (1) investigated and tested interdisciplinary models of dialogue settings akin to the supervisory conference in student teaching, and (2) gathered information about the verbal behavior of university supervisors and supervising teachers during a student teaching conference. Data gathered from 10 pairs of university supervisors and supervising teachers provided information concerning (1) the goals of dialogue groups in the various disciplines, (2) the differences and similarities between the educational model (tutoring) and the related disciplines of this study, (3) the models of the related disciplines to which the educational model is most similar, (4) the kinds of verbal behaviors used most often by the supervising teacher and the university supervisor, and (5) the significant differences in the verbal behaviors of the two supervisory groups indicative of a cleavage in the supervisory function. An extensive bibliography is included. (Author/LLR)
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Note: Paper presented at American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting (55th, New York, New York, February 4-7, 1971)