Supervising Student Teachers The Professional Way: Instructor's Guide

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R&L Education, Jan 16, 2011 - Education - 91 pages
Instructors using the textbook, Supervising Student Teachers: The Professional Way, 7th Edition, will find its companion instructor's guide a helpful resource. Chapter-by-chapter, the instructor is provided with core ideas for guiding cooperating teachers' understanding and skill development needed for effective supervision of student teachers. This must-have resource provides a multitude of engaging instructional ideas, many discussion questions for the text's case studies, and options for meaningful assignments. Additionally, multiple choice and essay test banks are ready for quizzes and tests. Designed by authors who actually taught courses using the textbook, this instructor's guide saves valuable planning time by providing essential teaching material. Whether the course is taught in face-to-face or online format, this guide is a useful tool for instructors!
 

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Contents

Before the Student Teaching Experience Begins
1
The Student Teachers First Few Days
7
Personal Relationships in Student Teaching
15
Working with College Supervisors
25
Supervising Observations
31
Supervising Planning
39
Observing Analyzing and Guiding
47
Supervisory Conferences
55
Supervising Participation in the Total School Program
61
Legal and Ethical Aspects of Student Teaching
67
Problems of Student Teachers
75
Evaluating the Student Teacher
83
Epilogue
89
About the Authors
91
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About the author (2011)

Marvin A. Henry is professor of education and chairperson emeritus of the Department of Curriculum, Instruction, and Media Technology at Indiana State University. He is former president and distinguished member of the Association of Teacher Educators.

Ann Weber is an instructional assistant professor at Illinois State University. She has been a teacher educator for twenty-five years and has worked with hundreds of cooperating teachers during clinical and student teaching experiences. She has been an innovator in developing and teaching an online course in the supervision of student teachers.

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