Looking to Experts

Bracey, Gerald W.
March 1990
Phi Delta Kappan;Mar90, Vol. 71 Issue 7, p559
Compares the attitudes of expert teachers and student teachers. Preparation and planning techniques of expert and novice teachers; Content of the teachers' plan; Concepts and methods used by expert and novice teachers; Improvements needed for the student teaching programs; Reactions of students to the expert and novice teachers.


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