Good Data Are All You Have: The Legacy of a PETE Scholar
- FOLLOW-UP STUDIES OF UNDERGRADUATES IN TEACHER EDUCATION TO ASSURE QUALITY TEACHERS. Stolworthy, Reed L. // Education;Winter86, Vol. 107 Issue 2, p198
A review was conducted relative to the utilization of follow-up studies by teacher preparation programs for assuring the success of each particular program. Significant factors found to influence the nature of the respective assessment criteria used in research designs were: (1) the mastery of...
- Editorial. Gomm, Helena // English Teaching Professional;Jan2013, Issue 84, p2
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various reports within the issue on topics including skills development of teachers, duties and responsibilities of diploma-level tutor, and language students as teachers.
- USE OF PEER-MEDIATION TO DEVELOP INSTRUCTIONAL BEHAVIOR IN PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS. Morgan, Robert L.; Whorton, James E.; Willets, John // College Student Journal;Mar2000, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p146
The investigators evaluated the effect of peer-mediated instruction on the development of specific teaching strategies (i.e., error correction, antecedent prompt and test, antecedent prompt and fade, most-to-least prompting, least-to-most prompting, constant time delay, progressive time delay,...
- NCTQ Review Sharply Critical Of Student-Teacher Programs. SAWCHUK, STEPHEN // Education Week;8/10/2011, Vol. 30 Issue 37, p4
The article discusses a review of student-teacher programs in the U.S. by the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) where most of the student-teaching programs earned weak or poor ratings based on criteria that included teaching effectiveness, supervision, and educational standards.
- TEACHER RECRUITMENT. SAWCHUK, STEPHEN // Education Week;8/10/2011, Vol. 30 Issue 37, p4
The article discusses a review of student-teaching programs done by the U.S. National Council on Teacher Quality.
- Beyond Belief: Preservice Teachers' Planned Instructional Strategies. Wilke, Ryan A.; Losh, Susan Carol // Action in Teacher Education;Fall2008, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p64
This research describes a mixed-methods study of preservice teachers' planned instructional strategies. Of special interest were the preservice teachers' most salient strategies and how often these preservice teachers planned to use each one. Contrary to many earlier findings on preservice...
- EGITIM FAKï¿½LTESI ï¿½GRENCILERININ Tï¿½RKï¿½E ï¿½GRETIMI BAKIMINDAN ï¿½GRETMENLIK MESLEGINE HAZIR BULUNUS... G��ER, Ali // Cagdas Egitim Dergisi;Nov2008, Issue 358, p5
In this study, we tried to determine the efficiency of the education faculty students concerning whether they have the required level of ability in their subject area to perform the teaching profession, their love of profession and humanity, power of communication classroom management, planning...
- ESTONIAN TEACHERS' BELIEFS ON TEACHER EFFICACY AND INFLUENCING FACTORS. Taimalu, Merle; Õim, Olivia // TRAMES: A Journal of the Humanities & Social Sciences;2005, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p177
The teacher efficacy concept encompasses a collection of beliefs, attitudes and emotions that basically guide the work of individuals and accounts for individual differences in teaching effectiveness. Generally, teacher efficacy is the belief of a teacher that s/he can influence students'...
- Student teachers' perceptions towards teaching practice assessment. Chireshe, R.; Chireshe, E. // South African Journal of Higher Education;2010, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p511
The study investigated the perceptions of student teachers towards teaching practice assessment. Participants N=180:90 males, 90 females were randomly drawn from three primary school teachers' colleges in Masvingo Educational Region of Zimbabwe. A questionnaire was used to gather data from the...