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Supervising student teachers : issues, perspectives and future directions

Author: Alexander Cuenca
Publisher: Rotterdam ; Boston : SensePublishers, ©2012.
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The student teaching experience is often considered one of the most influential aspects of teacher preparation. Key in the success of student teaching is the university supervisor. During the student teaching experience, the university supervisor is mainly responsible for helping pre-service teachers relate university coursework with the situated experiences in schools. However, much like the various other spaces  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Alexander Cuenca
ISBN: 9789462090958 9462090955 9462090939 9789462090934 9462090947 9789462090941
OCLC Number: 828861602
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Issues --
Becoming a University Supervisor / Charles J. Elfer Ph.D. --
The Problematology of Supervising Student Teachers / Alexander Cuenca --
Check it Before you Wreck It / Mardi Schmeichel --
Observation Reports and the Mystery of Supervising Student Teachers / Todd Dinkelman --
Perspectives --
Care Theory / Muffet Trout --
Care Theory / Muffet Trout --
Toward more Democratic Student Teacher Supervision / Susan F. Waite, Duncan Waite --
Gender Equity in the Classroom / Meg Monaghan, Barbara F. Hartigan --
Working Through the Uncertainties in Equity-Oriented Supervision / Hilary E. Hughes --
Future Directions --
Personal Examples of Self-Study as a Means of Developing and Enacting a Pedagogy of Supervision / Jason K. Ritter --
Rethinking the Spaces of Supervision / H. James Garrett --
Supervision 1.3 / Adrian Rodgers --
The Role of Supervision in Teacher Development / David Byrd, Jay Fogleman.
Responsibility: edited by Alexander Cuenca.

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The student teaching experience is often considered one of the most influential aspects of teacher preparation. Key in the success of student teaching is the university supervisor. During the student teaching experience, the university supervisor is mainly responsible for helping pre-service teachers relate university coursework with the situated experiences in schools. However, much like the various other spaces and places in teacher education, facilitating teacher learning is an incredibly complex endeavor. This edited volume addresses the complexities of supervising student teachers from three distinct vantage points. First, salient issues regarding the supervision of student teachers such as the preparation of novice supervisors, negotiating power in the student teaching triad, and the low status of clinical teacher education are examined. Second, different pedagogical frameworks for the work of supervision are provided such as care theory, teacher education for democracy, and social justice. Finally, future directions for field-based teacher education are discussed, such as a call to reconsider where supervision takes place, the necessity to develop a pedagogy of supervision, 21st century trends facing clinical teacher education, and the value added by university supervisors to teacher development. Each of these chapters engage the supervision of student teachers through a mix of research, theory, and personal stories from the field. As such, this edited volume is designed for new supervisors, veteran supervisors, and supervision scholars.

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