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Teaching anxieties revealed: pre-service elementary teachers' reflections on their mathematics teaching experiences

Amy Brown, Arla Westenskow, Patricia Moyer-Packenham
2012 Teaching Education  
Through qualitative analysis of pre-service teachers' reflections using open and axial coding, three categories and ten themes surrounding elementary pre-service teachers' anxiety-related events based  ...  Some of the themes presented were ones that increased pre-service teachers' anxieties for teaching mathematics, whereas other themes reflected aspects of the field experience that decreased anxiety for  ...  followed by five weeks of field placements in public school classrooms.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10476210.2012.727794 fatcat:zig3i7ilirarhonscirug4frey

Making preservice teachers better: Examining the impact of a practicum in a teacher preparation program

A. Scott Laron, Gentry Roberta, Phillips Melissa
2014 Educational Research and Reviews  
Preservice teachers were evaluated using the clinical evaluation continuum (CEC) at the beginning and end of their practicum; reflections were gathered regarding their perception of the added experience  ...  Yet, with a shortage of highly effective special education teachers, there is limited research about the effectiveness of practicum experiences on preservice special education teacher's preparation.  ...  Teacher candidates also report the benefits of the practicum experience; preservice and in-service teachers expressed the benefits of field experiences in aiding professional growth and the valuable teacher  ... 
doi:10.5897/err2014.1748 fatcat:uc7fimwvwrgcbl2z25hag2whgi

Student Perceptions of Integrative Field Seminar: A Comparison of Three Models

Helen Harris, Dennis Myers
2013 Administrative Issues Journal Education Practice and Research  
Accreditation In the latest iteration of the Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS) provided by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE), field education is identified as the signature  ...  This study examines one program's attempt to address these questions. Why Have Field Seminars Anyway?  ...  There is very little difference in the assessment of student performance by field instructors and by seminar faculty totals in the three models.  ... 
doi:10.5929/2013.3.2.3 fatcat:36ckgvdkr5dcjgsetnetiaqpgq

Preparing pre‐service teachers for inclusive classrooms: revising lesson‐planning expectations

George Theoharis, Julie Causton‐Theoharis
2011 International Journal of Inclusive Education  
This article reports on an empirical study using a mixed methodology that addresses the following question: How do pre-service teachers, university faculty, supervising teachers and field supervisors perceive  ...  The purpose of this article is to explore the use of a lesson-planning template designed to support and scaffold pre-service teachers' lesson-planning techniques for a wide range of learners in inclusive  ...  pre-service teachers, university faculty, supervising teachers and field supervisors perceive their experiences using this template?  ... 
doi:10.1080/13603110903350321 fatcat:mrgpkr2tgjahbkn3zcoqatkjb4

Lessons in a Different Language: Teaching Pre-Service Teachers to "Speak" Data

Christina Edmonds-Behrend, Stephanie Woodley, Frank Mullins
2020 Journal of human services: training, research, and practice  
An undergraduate teacher education behavioral principles course focused on pre-service teachers' accuracy of data collection using simple technology during a field-based experience is described.  ...  Interrater reliability was randomly assessed across two K-5 locations in which the pre-teachers tutored elementaryaged students in an after-school program.  ...  Pre-service teachers' behaviors and self-reported perceptions related to technology use, data collection, and data recording were examined.  ... 
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Virtually Ready? Pre-service teachers' perceptions of a virtual internship experience

Stewart Waters, William B. Russell
2016 Research in Social Sciences and Technology  
This study sought to examine why secondary pre-service teachers chose a virtual internship and what their experiences were like as online instructors.  ...  The secondary pre-service teachers in this study voluntarily chose a placement in the virtual school over a traditional classroom placement for completion of their initial licensure field experience.  ...  (2) How do secondary pre-service teachers experience a practicum placement at a virtual school? Review of Literature According to the U.S.  ... 
doi:10.46303/ressat.01.01.1 fatcat:njpbqim36ba37hns6ma44re7y4

Modeling, Training, and Mentoring Teacher Candidates to Use SMART Board Technology

James N. Oigara, Nancy Wallace
2012 Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology  
This paper reports on research by two higher education instructors who provided SMART board training to teacher candidates to help them become competent in the use of interactive technology and to integrate  ...  The instructors modeled effective use of SMART boards during course instruction, offered training on appropriate use of technology for the K-8 classroom, and provided ongoing mentoring of teacher candidates  ...  To verify the emerging themes, peer debriefing was employed by consulting cooperating teachers from the field experience and the school principal regarding use of interactive SMART board technology by  ... 
doi:10.28945/1623 fatcat:37y6lmgz3jhi3dodavqbaf3i4a

Clinical Model Highlighting the Importance of Innovative ESL Strategies in Early Field Placement Classes Teaching ELL Middle Level Students

Patricia Walsh Coates
2016 Theory and Practice in Language Studies  
By modelling various strategies in the college classroom, teacher candidates gain a better understanding of the socio-cultural and academic instructional needs of English Language Learners in content area  ...  Pre-service educators in particular need to understand the importance of language when providing high quality educational experiences for our nation's children and must be able to articulate the relationship  ...  The Modern Latin American course is particularly beneficial for pre-service candidates, with a focus on the "search for historical explanations of problems of underdevelopment, and examine the stages of  ... 
doi:10.17507/tpls.0603.01 fatcat:rscbb2zuj5ar7kbhhhde65twp4

Educational Considerations, vol. 42(1) Full Issue

M. Gail Shroyer, Sally J. Yahnke, Debbie K. Mercer, David S. Allen
2014 Educational Considerations  
Using tasks from current assessments is beneficial because it helps preservice and in-service teachers become aware of the assessments aligned to the CCSS-M.  ...  field placements.  ...  Guest edited by Eddy J. VanMeter, Kansas State University. Fall 1974 Educational Considerations is a leading peer-reviewed journal in the field of educational leadership and policy.  ... 
doi:10.4148/0146-9282.1047 fatcat:6ftzhqlum5ddnavx536ikkjsum

A Descriptive Analysis of Undergraduate PETE Programs

Suzan F. Ayers, Lynn D. Housner
2008 Journal of teaching in physical education  
Emphasis on specific curricular models was reported by 83% of respondents, 45.3% reported electronic portfolio development as a primary technology experience, and 62% reported coursework as the primary  ...  First-and second-year field-based teaching experiences were provided by 77% of respondents.  ...  Most supervisors reported seeing student teachers two to four times during each placement and that the great majority of supervision was conducted by PETE faculty members.  ... 
doi:10.1123/jtpe.27.1.51 fatcat:woraut3v6zeofkcvjtyfc5wml4

The Clinical/Practicum Experience in Professional Preparation: Preliminary findings

Edwin George Ralph, Keith Walker, Randy Wimmer
2008 McGill Journal of Education  
Érudit offre des services d'édition numérique de documents scientifiques depuis 1998.  ...  L'utilisation des services d'Érudit (y compris la reproduction) est assujettie à sa politique d'utilisation que vous pouvez consulter à l'URI  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT We the authors acknowledge the funding support of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada for our research project, of which this report is a part.  ... 
doi:10.7202/019580ar fatcat:oh2ym5xa5zawvb5n7nwwjagibi

Teaching Practice Supervisory Process: A Resourceful Tool for Up-Coming Teachers

Georgina Martin, Evans Atteh
2021 Asian Research Journal of Arts & Social Sciences  
With teacher preparation issues becoming a major concern for many societies today, it is therefore crucial to shed more light on pre-service teachers teaching practice program aimed at positively influencing  ...  demands in various sectors of the economy such as education, business and commerce, and technology.  ...  The evidence available indicates that the principal factor of variation in student learning at school is instructor/teacher quality [1, 2] reported that teachers' quality would have a greater effect  ... 
doi:10.9734/arjass/2021/v13i330217 fatcat:ae2cgv6u4zbbtjte4crkjwdune

A summary of research in science education—1981

Burton E. Voss
1983 Science Education  
use ok instructional materials and learning; (7) instructional tethnoIogy; (8) evaluation instrumentation and methodology; (9) curriculum.research; (10) teacher education; and (11) science supervision  ...  The review of science education research for 1981 includes individual analyses of approximately 400 dissertatidn abstracts, journal articles, research reports, and papers presented \at conferences.  ...  and in-service workshops on laboratory safety for teachers.  ... 
doi:10.1002/sce.3730670303 fatcat:a3dcbytiynhqrlyh2fkvlfvshq

Online Involvement for Georgia Student Teachers During Covid-19

Michelle A. Thomas, Martin Norgaard, Laura A. Stambaugh, Rebecca L. Atkins, Anita B. Kumar, Alison L. P. Farley
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
Twenty-one were not given access to the online teaching platform of their placement school.  ...  Student Teachers, or preservice teachers (PST), are university students finishing a degree and/or teacher certification program by serving as an intern in a school setting.  ...  Given that social distancing protocols in education often prohibit PSTs from visiting schools for field experiences during the pandemic, the use of pre-recorded or live video in distance teacher education  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.648028 pmid:34149533 pmcid:PMC8209252 fatcat:6cuthsojdreh3oieyopgzjrxfu

Teacher Training System in Finland and Comparisans Related to Turkey

Gülsün Atanur Baskan, Ezgi Pelin Yıldız, Gizem Tok
2013 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
PISA which is an examination of assessing student groups aged 15 in subject areas of Mathematics, Social Sciences and Reading Skills is arranged by Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development  ...  The success of Finnish students has attracted the attention of many other countries and countries whose success rate is low like Turkey have started searching education system and teacher training system  ...  In-service training of teachers who have a basic responsibility of the employer is on duty. In-service courses are usually free or work is funded by the school (Ekinci and Öter, 2010) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.06.200 fatcat:widnfspiy5e5zfxpw472nrwfty
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