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ERIC Number: ED063248
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 35
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Student Perceptions of Student Teaching in 31 Secondary School Classes in English.
Scott, Owen; Veal, L. Ramon
Pupil perceptions of significant aspects of the instruction of student teachers of English and the indication of ways in which these perceptions may be used in evaluation are presented in this study. Data were obtained at the University of Georgia for student teachers of English who student taught during the winter and fall quarter 1969 and the winter quarter 1971. The class each student teacher had taught the most was tested one week after the student teacher had left. Pupils were asked to respond to a 74-item Inventory of Student Perceptions of Instruction (ISPI). The frame of reference was the instruction carried out by the student teacher. The ISPI was concerned with six aspects of student perception: instructional objectives, classroom human relations, use of instructional resources, student motivation for learning, meaningfulness of learning, and measurement and evaluation. Students were asked to read each item on the ISPI carefully and express a degree of agreement or disagreement. Results of the inventory indicate four evaluation uses: student teacher self-evaluation, cooperative student teacher evaluation participated in by the student teacher, supervising teacher selection, and appraisal of the program to prepare student teachers. A five-item bibliography, figures and appendixes with inventories are included. (MJM)
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Authoring Institution: Georgia Univ., Athens. Coll. of Education.