ERIC Number: ED109070
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975-Jun
Reference Count: 0
Field-Based Teacher Education: Past, Present, and Future.
Bruce, William C.; And Others
This monograph consists of five papers originating from a 1974 conference entitled, "Field-Based Teacher Education for the '80's." The first paper, "Public School-College Cooperation in the Field-Based Education of Teachers (FBTE)--A Historical Perspective," by James L. Slay, focuses on how the historical development of public school cooperation has contributed to the emergence of a variety of FBTE practices. The second paper, "Field-Based Teacher Education: What It Can Be," by Gene Bottoms, explores a view of field-based graduate teacher education substantially different from present practice. The third paper, "Decentralizing Graduate Education: A Case for the Field-Based Professor," by William C. Bruce, Ronald L. Hubright, and V. Eugene Yarbrough, looks at the Alma staff development program, used to revolutionize a rural educational system in Georgia. The fourth paper, "Community Involvement and Control in Higher Education," by V. Eugene Yarbrough, predicts the coming transformation in higher education with increasing use of previously untapped sources in the community. The fifth paper, "Graduate Curriculum Outcomes in the 1980's: A Design for Producing Practitioners," by William C. Bruce, shows how coordination of resources outside the university can reform graduate education. An appendix consisting of an FBTE contract is included.) (JS)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Stanford Univ., CA. Stanford Center for Research and Development in Teaching.
Note: A monograph based on the "Field-Based Teacher Education for the "80's" Conference (St. Simons Island, Georgia, April 23-25, 1974)