ERIC Number: ED120127
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Reference Count: 0
Student Teaching Behaviors Identified by a National Jury as Indicators of Success in Sixteen Competency Areas.
Snider, Sarah J.; Butefish, William L.
This study identified specific student teacher behaviors which could indicate success in 16 teaching competency areas. Part 1 of the study, completed by student teaching supervisors, resulted in the identification of the student teaching behaviors considered to be indications of success in each of the 16 competency areas. Part 2 resulted in the identification of primary and secondary behaviors selected according to mean and modal ratings of the behaviors compiled in part 1. The behaviors identified were included under the following 16 competency areas: (1) open and flexible teaching personality, (2) proper perspective of teaching-learning situations, (3) adequate health and vitality, (4) effective voice and speech patterns, (5) ability to work cooperatively with other staff members, (6) ability to profit from feedback, (7) maturity of judgment and ability to make realistic decisions, (8) command of subject matter, (9) competence in preparing effectively for lessons, (10) competence in classroom management, (11) comPetence in performing a variety of critical teaching tasks, (12) competence in evaluation students, (13) competence in motivating learners, (14) fair and just attitude in dealing with students, (15) competence in the clinical approach to misbehavior, and (16) commitment to student teaching. (All of the behaviors for each of the competency areas are listed in the report.) (RC)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Note: Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of Teacher Educators (56th, St. Louis, Missouri, February 1976)