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ERIC Number: ED085189
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 81
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A Study of the Relationship Between Student Teachers and Cooperating Teachers as Determined by Interaction Analysis.
Nickel, John Max
Reported is a study to determine changes in classroom verbal behaviors of 23 student teachers in secondary science and the relationship of the behaviors of their respective cooperating teachers to these changes. The investigator attempted to identify the relationship between perception of the student teacher by the science students and the observed behavior of the student teachers. The student teachers and cooperating teachers were observed and their verbal interaction was encoding using the Verbal Interaction Category System. Observations were made in three phases during an eight-week period. Two observations were made for each of 23 cooperating teachers prior to the time the student teachers taught the same pupils. This analysis was used as a basis of comparison with the verbal behavior of the student teachers. The Michigan Student Questionnaire was administered during the final two weeks to provide an assessment of student attitudes toward the student teacher and the school work. (Author/EB)
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Note: Ed.D. Dissertation, University of Kansas