Supervising student teachers effectively assures that vital professional experience will be of maximum benefit to the pre-service teacher. Mentor teachers and university faculty who work with student teachers need specific training to make the experience rewarding, while the student teacher requires specific information for professional success. The primary focus of this text is based on conferences, strategies, and specific techniques that mentors can use while working with pre-service interns. Several appendices provide resources for mentors to use with the student teachers they work with and bibliographic resources are included with each chapter for additional reference. Written for mentor teachers, principals, university faculty, and anyone working with student teachers.
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About the Author
Michael A. Morehead is a professor and associate dean of the College of Education at New Mexico State University. He is a former secondary school teacher and administrator. Dr. Morehead coordinated student teaching programs for more than fourteen years at Northern Arizona University and Emporia State University. During this time, he coordinated the assignment of more than 4,000 student teachers. Lawrence Lyman is a professor and the chair of the department of early childhood/elementary teacher education at Emporia State University. He is a former elementary school teacher and principal. In 1998, he returned to the elementary classroom as a third/fourth grade teacher in Emporia public schools, where he served as a mentor to three student teachers. Harvey C. Foyle is a professor in the department of design and technology at Emporia State University. He is a former high school social studies teacher and departmental chairperson. His university experience includes curriculum planning and instruction, social studies education, computers and technology, and student teacher supervision.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Creating and Sustaining Productive Partnerships Chapter 3 Building Positive Relationships Chapter 4 Student Teaching Program Assessment and Accountability Chapter 5 Planning and Sequencing Chapter 6 Supervising the Student Teacher Chapter 7 Helping Student Teachers Succeed in Diverse Classrooms Chapter 8 The Incompetent Student Teacher Chapter 9 The Excellent Student Teacher Chapter 10 The Principal's Role