Persistence of Beliefs About Teaching During Formal Training of Preservice Teachers

Doolittle, Sarah A.; Placek, Judith H.; Dodds, Patt
July 1993
Journal of Teaching in Physical Education;Jul1993, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p355
Academic Journal
The article discusses persistence of beliefs about teaching during the formal training of preservice teachers. Studies have suggested that preservice teacher recruits have well-formed beliefs about teaching prior to entering formal training. These beliefs were developed during the recruit stage of professional socialization. The persistence of these beliefs is examined.


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