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ERIC Number: ED083227
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Mar
Pages: 56
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An Examination of the Research on the Effectiveness of Microteaching as a Teacher Training Methodology.
Manis, Dane
This paper reviews 69 studies on microteaching, focusing on three main areas: a) the rationale behind its use, b) the conditions and degrees of possible goal attainment, and c) policy making in teacher education in relation to it. The first section of the paper presents an overview of microteaching, emphasizing the criteria used in analysis. The second section discusses the variables of modeling, practice conditions, and feedback in microteaching research. Two general types are reviewed: a) control group studies and b) studies with no comparison groups. The final section considers unresolved questions pertaining to the utility and worth of microteaching in teacher education. Six pages of references are included. (BRB)
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