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ERIC Number: ED085394
Record Type: RIE
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Your Student Teacher's Final Evaluation.
McAteer, John F.
Each confidential statement about a student teacher by his teacher supervisors should be written with one goal in mind, that of offering a candid assessment of a teacher candidate who is being considered for employment by a hiring official. Amidst the current trend toward pass/fail courses, these statements assume an even higher importance. There are numerous criteria one can apply in such an assessment. The following are cited as illustrations: a) the situation (school setting, educational philosophy of community, social and economic characteristics); b) teaching experience; c) extra-Academic initiative; d) personal interaction; e) appearance and social demeanor; f) preparation versus production; g) cautious versus curious (mention any innovative ideas the student teacher may have implemented, especially if they were less than successful but worthwhile for the expended effort); h) receptive to suggestions; i) strengths; and j) deficiencies and attitudes toward correction. (JA)
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