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Provides readers with the tools they need to get the most out of their classroom teaching and observation experiences.This book addresses the various types of field experience and encourages the readers to consider what he or she brings to that experience and what factors the school and community play.Pre-service teachers and administrators.
Table of Contents
|Types of Field Experience (with Aram deKoven)|
|Varieties of Teaching Situations|
|The Student Teaching Experience|
|Concerns and Personal Goals|
|Reflecting on Field Experiences: Fieldwork Logs|
|What Is Reflective Thinking and Why Is It Desirable?|
|When Should I Write My Logs?|
|What Is the Anatomy of a Log?|
|Criteria for Evaluating Fieldwork Logs|
|What Do You Bring to the Experience?|
|Personal Influences on a Perspective|
|Experience as a Learner|
|Favorite Subject Matter and Topics|
|Experience as a Teacher|
|Contributions of Foundational Studies|
|Six Basic Issues of Teaching|
|Interrelations among the Six Issues|
|Contributions of Methods Courses|
|Theory and Practice|
|Sorting Out Ideas|
|Analysis of Beliefs|
|What Is the Situation Where You Will Teach?|
|The Community and the School|
|The Classroom, Technology, and the Curriculum (with Aram deKoven)|
|The Students (with Aram deKoven)|
|Students in the School|
|Students in the Classroom|
|Students at Risk|
|Diversity in the Classroom|
|The Cooperating Teacher|
|What Have You Learned?|
|The Fieldwork Portfolio (with Laurie Vasily)|
|The Anatomy of a Fieldwork Portfolio|
|Sample Logs and Fieldwork Portfolios|
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