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ERIC Number: ED135741
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 6
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Student Teachers as Change Agents -- A Question of Expectations, Roles, and Settings.
Glick, Irvin David
This monograph discusses the question of whether or not student teachers can be effective agents of change in the institutions where they are actively involved. Change agents are defined here as personnel who have the authority and leadership ability to carry out a broad range of programs for growth in the school. While the student teacher lacks the maturity to act in this capacity, there are certain areas in which he/she may be effective in developing new perspectives. These areas are in the realm of curriculum design, fields where the student teacher has had previous experience, and in a team teaching situation. (JD)
Publication Type: Books
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