Feedback, Conversation and Power in the Field Experience of Preservice Teachers

Shantz, Doreen
December 2000
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Dec2000, Vol. 27 Issue 4, p288
Academic Journal
Examines the field experience of preservice teachers in Canada and Scotland. Need for positive, helpful feedback from the supervising teachers; Examination of the issue of whether the field experience should ideally be an apprenticeship, a time to innovate or a combination of both.


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