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ERIC Number: ED098169
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 9
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Interaction Analysis and Increased Student Involvement.
Olmo, Barbara G.
This study provides interaction analyses collected by 16 interns, who in groups of four, team-planned and individually taught four public school classes. Together with interaction analyses of a study from the previous semester involving similar micro-unit instruction at the campus laboratory school, these data provide interesting comparisons. Regardless of grade, age, and ability levels, students in both groups achieved levels of involvement and thinking higher than those cited in previous research with experienced teachers. The author concludes that this program of integrating theory and practice has had positive effects on the students, interns, cooperating teachers who have an in-service program in current methods and materials of teaching, and the subsequent student teaching experience. A 9-item bibliography is included. (Author/PD)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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