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ERIC Number: ED075169
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 154
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An Exploratory Investigation of Micro-Teaching as a Pre-Service Technique and Its Evaluation, Using the Flanders System of Interaction Analysis.
Schutte, Alfred John
The purpose of this study was to assess the effectiveness of microteaching as an alternative to the traditional observation-discussion method of supervising student teachers. A sample of eight pre-service science teachers was randomly assigned, half to one condition and half to the other. Approximately six hours of verbal interaction data werecollected from each teacher and analyzed using Flander's Interaction Analysis System. It was found that student teachers who received the microteaching supervision significantly increased their acceptance of student ideas and the proportion of student initiated talk, and showed greater variability in verbal behavior, when compared to those who had received the conventional supervision. No differences were observed in I/D ratio. (MM)
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Note: Ed.D. Dissertation, New York University