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ERIC Number: ED066606
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Jul
Pages: 195
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Identification of Student Teaching Competencies in Home Economics for Which Cooperating Teachers Could Assume Responsibility with Implications for Supervisory Roles.
Kallenberger, Jean Margaret
This study was conducted to identify: (1) student teaching competencies in home economics which cooperating teachers could assume as their major responsibilities, (2) methods and techniques that have been effectively used and which ought to be implemented to help cooperating teachers assume responsibility, and (3) roles that three groups of educators believe each should assume in guiding student teachers' development. An opinionnaire consisting of 58 student teaching competencies was mailed to 26 home economics college supervisors, 26 cooperating teachers, and 26 school principals to identify the competencies cooperating teachers could assume as major responsibilities in helping student teachers. The results of a chi square analysis on the 52 returned opinionnaires were used as the basis for a second instrument to identify the method, techniques, and roles of the educators. The analysis of the opinionnaire data identified 15 students teaching competencies for which the three groups of educators were in agreement. Among the three groups, there appeared to be a willingness to accept a clearer definition of their supervisory roles in the student teaching process, and also a desire to learn more about newer techniques cooperative teachers could use with student teachers. (Author/SB)
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Note: Ed.D. Dissertation, Oklahoma State University