Perceptions of the Student Teaching Triad: An Inquiry into Relationships and Supervision
Keywords:Teacher Education, elementary, secondary
LANGUAGE NOTE | Document text in English; abstract also in Chinese.
The study was designed to examine the perceptions of relationships formed among members of the student teaching triad and to examine the perceptions of supervision of student teachers given by cooperating teachers and college supervisors. Participants (N = 24) included eight student teaching triads. The study was conducted over a 14-week student teaching experience. In-depth interviews and daily journals were employed as methods of data collection. It was found that training was not received by cooperating teachers and college supervisors and was based on experience. The coalition was formed between the student teacher and cooperating teacher. Expectations of cooperating teachers were higher and based on a pragmatic view whereas expectations of college supervisors were based on theory.
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