Assessing and changing the student teacher and his learning environment with student ratings and peer group counseling sessions
Bonfadini, John Edward
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The philosophy of teacher evaluation has changed over the past decade. Today more teacher evaluations are leaning toward the accomplishment of specific objectives established collectively by the teacher and evaluator. Beginning teachers find difficulty in identifying areas for improvement since they lack the teaching experience, base needed' to establish future performance objectives. The student teacher learning situation is similar to the beginning teacher. This study attempted to utilize the results of student ratings as a means for developing student-teacher behavioral objectives.
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