By Linda Farr Darling, Gaalen Erickson, Anthony Clarke
It's the toughness of CITE that caused the authors to show their inquiries approximately educating and studying to the demanding situations of maintaining their very own undertaking. the result's a set that chronicles a few of the classes realized via their many stories. The booklet represents a number of viewpoints on what counts as reform in instructor schooling and comprises the voices of scholars (aspiring academics) who're hardly requested to give a contribution to such tasks.
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Communication in the field would prove to be a focus for the year. 30 P. ESSEX Twelve student teachers and I would get to know each other quite well over the year ahead. Four were placed at a school that had worked with CITE since its onset, I’ll refer to as Prince Elementary. Eight students were placed at a school I will call Brown Elementary, a school that was new to CITE and had become a CITE school after the spring start up sessions had already taken place. The degree of familiarity with the CITE program, with preparedness for the student teacher/CITE timeframe and the number of students at each school greatly impacted the way in which the teacher and student groups operated.
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