The Resource "A Research Oriented Elementary Education Student Teaching Program" : A Follow-Up Study
- "A Research Oriented Elementary Education Student Teaching Program" : A Follow-Up Study
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- A Follow-Up Study
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- Rolland Callaway and Steven Baruch
- This is a report of a follow-up study of an elementary education student teaching program carried out in 1961-64. The intent of the program was to foster more experimental and analytic attitudes toward teaching rather than postponing a concern for research until graduate study. The follow-up study was an attempt to ascertain to what extent three groups (experimental, control, experimental-control) are essentially different after 15 years. The study involved a questionnaire sent to all participants of the three groups that could be located. The questionnaire was designed to elicit responses on how the participants feel their student teaching program has contributed to their career. The findings indicate that some members of the experimental group feel somewhat stronger than the others that their student teaching experience has contributed to their involvement in graduate programs and research/evaluation activities. However, the vast array of variables negates any definable cause-effect relationship. (MM)
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