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ERIC Number: ED079256
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 7
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Supervision of Student Teachers: How Adequate?
Dean, Ken
This study attempted to ascertain how adequately student teachers are supervised by college supervisors and supervising teachers. Questions to be answered were as follows: a) How do student teachers rate the adequacy of supervision given them by college supervisors and supervising teachers? and b) Are there significant differences between ratings of adequacy of supervision given student teachers by college supervisors and by supervising teachers? The data were collected from responses to rating scales administered to 222 elementary and secondary student teachers of three training institutions. Frequency distributions were made to determine the number and percent of student teacher responses to each item of the instrument. Then, mean ratings of college supervisors and supervising teachers were compared by use of the "t" test of correlated samples. (Tables of frequency distributions and mean ratings are appended.) (JA)
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